An Intelligent Context-Aware Learning System Based on Mobile Augmented Reality
Learning content using context-aware mobile technology, whether the content is manual or interactive, is hardly expected to arouse learners to interest or immersion because most of real-life environment is discrete from mobile content. For this reason, Augmented Reality is used to fix the drawback and to provide learners with an educational environment fit for desirable practice of the theory of situated learning. Increasing interest in Augmented Reality in recent years has led to multiple study efforts to build applications based on Augmented Reality, most of which require additional hardware or software, resulting in difficulties in establishing proper learning environment in the field of education. Therefore, in this paper we propose an intelligent context-aware learning system based on mobile Augmented Reality that provides a hassle-free desirable learning environment requiring nothing but a common mobile device.
KeywordsMobile Situated Learning Context-Aware Mobile Augmented Reality Intelligent Agent
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