XR STUDIO: Developing a cyber-physical environment for augmented studio-based learning
Nebojsa Jakica, Roberto Naboni, Hugo Mulder
The project aims to develop a cyber-physical environment for augmented studio-based learning. The intention is to provide an approach that integrates physical and digital learning, providing an immersive experience for designing and engineering facades, buildings, and cities. Furthermore, the goal is to enhance the studio experience towards an immersive model and more resilient to a potential crisis and remote learning. Therefore, the project exploits the use of Extended Reality (XR) technology as part of the studio-based learning, utilizing Augmented Reality head-sets, collaborative digital surfaces for Mixed Reality, and Virtual and immersive environments. The project uses the Student-as-Partners (SaP) approach, where teachers and students will be both involved as co-developers of the process.
Source: University of Southern Denmark