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What is Relocalization

Virtual and Augmented Reality in Education, Art, and Museums
In technical terms, Relocalization is a repetitive process in which the localized Information is re-scaled and re-adjusted for backtracking purposes.
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Challenges of Mobile Augmented Reality in Museums and Art Galleries for Visitors Suffering From Vision, Speech, and Learning Disabilities
Ajinkya Rajendrakumar Kunjir (Lakehead Univeristy, Canada) and Krutika Ravindra Patil (MES College of Engineering, Pune, India)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1796-3.ch009
In Today's digital world, AR is a tech which imposes layers of virtual segments on the real world. Research Practitioners and Designers in all applications seem to be more concerned about the learning facilities than keeping the visitors engaged in public art exhibitions, Museums, and holiday tourist locations. These ignored circumstances have provoked studies to emphasize more on the usability of Mobile Augmented Reality (M.A.R.) at Art galleries and Museums. According to the recent surveys, the current M.A.R. applications at target locations focus on healthy people without any disabilities, and not on those with disabilities. This chapter recommends major design elements of M.A.R. at museums and art galleries, and highlights all the challenges faced by visitors suffering from visual, speech, and Learning Disorders. The research discusses the 11 vital elements which include Usability, Design, Motivation, Interaction, Perceived control, Satisfaction, Attention, and others involving engagement of M.A.R. necessary for building an effective M.A.R. application for disabled people.
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3D Printing Interdisciplinary Learning for Complex Problems
In this context refers to a policy of supporting distributed manufacturing rather than centralized manufacturing, cutting down on the environmental impact of transporting goods and supporting local economies.
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