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Multimedia and Virtual Reality Application for Teaching-Learning Human Senses and Therapy of Lateral and Space Location

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2 Author(s)
Carolina Yolanda Castaneda Roldan ; Instituto Tecnologico de Puebla, Mexico ; Jose Rafael Espinosa y Victoria

A computer-tool was created based on non-immersive virtual environments that can run online or with out an Internet connection. This software pretends to be an assistant tool in the teaching-learning process of Human senses and the therapy of lateral disorder and space location. The experiments lasted more than a week for group. The first sample was integrated by 20 children between 6 to 8 years old who have learning problems. They are receiving Euclidian Space therapy and studying human senses. The second group was integrated by 20 children without learning disabilities. This research suggests that virtual reality, nultimedia and Piaget's method helps the teaching- learning process and therapy of lateral and space location of their body.

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Electronics, Robotics and Automotive Mechanics Conference (CERMA 2007)

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25-28 Sept. 2007