Implementation of Distance Education Platform Based on Virtual Reality for the Deaf
With the issue of increasing concern deaf education, the special education people begin to focus on teaching quality. In this paper our aim is to design a distance education platform using VRML. Its main tasks including it analysis that the deaf education exists the problems and virtual reality technologies apply in the distance education, points out construction programmers and implementation process of the deaf distance education. Through introducing virtual reality technology-related knowledge, points out a B/ (W-A) /D system structure. The separations and functions of each module in the scalable modularization structure and the key technology of implement the system are expounded in detail finally. The virtual reality technology to improve the teaching of deaf education has an important significance.
KeywordsDeaf VRML Distance Education B/ (W-A) /D
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