Tests Suggest Advantages of Live Networked Teacher

Paper Writing

Dr. Christoph Borst, Nicholas Lipari, and Jason Woodworth

Our test data from high school studies has been evaluated. We considered how the livestreamed Kvasir-VR approach compared to a non-networked version of the field trip that used prerecorded imagery. The results will be incorporated into an academic paper for a VR conference. We found that a networked version of the virtual teacher produced promising test score gains when it was experienced in a dedicated classroom for the VR. Student ratings suggest students experience a very high sense of the teacher’s presence in the environment.

An overview of our paper “Teacher-Guided Educational VR : Assessment of Live and Prerecorded Teachers Guiding Virtual Field Trips” to be published in IEEE VR 2018.

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