Mixed Reality for Engineering Design Interpretation in Construction Engineering Management
This project will use Mixed Reality (MX) technologies and immersive experiences to explore alternative and potentially transformative pathways for learning in CEM classrooms and laboratories. It uses a technology designed to enable learners to (1) spatially locate and manipulate design components in response to how they would naturally perceive the job-site environment; (2) view and operate a navigation system that enables indoor-positioning and location awareness, and (3) observe job-site images and spatially map an object’s surroundings from the 3D visualizations of designs. Experiments study the learners’ performance and improvement of CEM learning when exposed to the immersive environment. Results will contribute to engineering design thinking (e.g., communication of designs), including a broad, positive, and direct impact on the teaching and learning of CEM.
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