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Virtual reality (VR) in education is a markedly present subject in research institutions in many countries. This paper will discuss the application of VR techniques, including the use of computer graphics and three-dimensional (3D) video production. Stereoscopy is a key point for the visualization of these applications. The system developed uses a 3D lens, a home camera, common video edition software, two low cost projectors, light polarized filters and cheap 3D eyeglasses. During the 3D video production, the aim was to evaluate all the involved process, since the elaboration of scripts, video capture and projection until the costs to build the system. This is important to demonstrate for educational institutions the advantages in adopting resources of VR for the improvement of learning.
Artigo completo em: http://periodicos.ifsc.edu.br/index.php/rtc/article/view/108