Augmented Reality Based Educational Design for Children

Minghui Sun, Xinyu Wu, Zhihua Fan, Liyan Dong


Human-computer interaction (HCI) has developed rapidly in recent years, and more and more researchers are interested in applying HCI techniques into education. Compared with traditional approaches in the real world, gesture recognition is considered as a reasonable alternative since it is vivid and flexible. However, most of educational equipment nowadays achieves the function of augmented reality, without any interaction. This paper implemented a prototype, not only based on augmented reality system, but also especially we think about the interactive design. Accessibility is achieved by mobile devices and the dynamic switch of gesture recognition. By this interactive method, children are able to interact with the virtual objects easily and naturally. Consequently, children can have a profound and deep understanding of what they learn, and the quality of education will be improved.


humanity-computer interaction; gesture recognition; augmented reality

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Copyright (c) 2019 Minghui Sun, Xinyu Wu, Zhihua Fan, Liyan Dong

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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