Augmented Reality Capstone Review 2018 – By Sector List
Here is a list of referenced research papers by sector to help identify each source used in the review. Augmented Reality Capstone Review 2018 – By Sector List.
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Education Sector, Author, and remarks Higher Education Principals, Gilbert, K. A. (2017) – Innovative leadership preparation: Enhancing legal literacy to create 21st-century ready principals.
Higher Education Teachers, Fernandez, M. (2017) – Augmented-virtual reality: How to improve education systems.
Higher Education Science, Bidarra, J., & Rusman, E. (2017) – Towards a pedagogical model for science education: Bridging educational contexts through a blended learning approach.
Higher Education Virtual Teams, Grober, B., & Baumol, U. (2017) – Why virtual teams work – state of the art.
Higher Education, Martin-Gutierrez, J., Fabiani, P., Benesova, W., Meneses, M. D., & Mora, C. E. (2015) – Augmented reality to promote collaborative and autonomous learning in higher education.
Higher Education, Coimbra, M. M. T., Cardoso, T., & Mateus, A. (2015) – Augmented reality: An enhancer for higher education students in math’s learning?
Military Education, Hodicky, and Prochazka – An Autonomous Systems to study the proposals, ontologies, collaboration, law, and AR.
Aged Group Testing, Peleg-Adler, Lanir, and Korman, considered the impact of age and usage of handheld AR devices in a direction-finding task.
Surgeon Medical Education, Vavra examined 102 studies over two years for AR in surgery.
Adult Social Media Device Testing, Caron and Halpern (2016) by one questionnaire in response to Google Glass AR privacy. Included young adults from Chile, Spain, United States, Tunisia, and Canada. With 1,980 participants.
Adult AR Testing, Kim and Dey, (2016) monitored two sets of experiments with participants investigated visual and haptic augmentation in a simulated vehicle scenario.
Industrial Maintenance Adult Education, by Palmarini, Erkoyuncu, Roy, and Torabmostaedi, (2018). This article explored a systematic review of thirty articles over 21 years.
AR-based devices in Adult Education, by Turkan, Radkowski, Karabulut-Ilgu, Behzadan, and Chen, (2017) the belief that the empirical pilot evaluation of AR mobile applications in laboratory or on-location had potential to contribute to the learning.
AR-based applications for mobile devices from Canada by Harley, Poitras, Jarrell, Duffy, & Lajoie, (2016) used two measured questionnaire studies comparing AR with virtual and location-based settings using mobile devices.
Collaborative Learning Adults in Education – research by Cochrane, Narayan, & Antonczak, (2016) used 34 reviews, of which nine were as a co-writer. Based on five projects from 2011 — 2015 with smartphones, they studied a framework for collaborative learning using AR.