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Augmented reality in teaching of electrodynamics. (English)
COMPEL 28, No. 4, 948-963 (2009).
From the abstract: The purpose of this paper is to present an application of augmented reality (AR) in the context of teaching of electrodynamics. The AR visualization technique is applied to electromagnetic fields. Carrying out of numerical simulations as well as preparation of the AR display is shown. Presented examples demonstrate an application of this technique in teaching of electrodynamics The 3D electromagnetic fields are computed with the finite element method (FEM) and visualized with an AR display. We find that AR is a vivid method for visualization of electromagnetic fields. Students as well as experts can easily connect the characteristics of the fields with the physical object. The focus of the presented work has been on an application of AR in a lecture room. Then, easy handling of a presentation among with low-hardware requirements is important. The presented approach is based on low-hardware requirements. Hence, a presentation of electromagnetic fields with AR in a lecture room can be easily done. AR helps students to understand electromagnetic field theory.
Classification: M50 U80 D40 U70
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