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ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)


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William Lesso

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Nagib C. Callaos


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A Proposal for Stress Management Using Serious Games Associated to Virtual and Augmented Reality
Renato de Aquino Lopes, Alexandre Cardoso, Edgard A. Lamounier Júnior, Ederaldo José Lopes
(pages: 1-7)

Comparative Student Success Analysis of Distance Education and Traditional Education in Associate Degree Programs
Gizem Ilyas, Sinan Ilyas, Hayrettin Evirgen
(pages: 8-12)

Proposal for a Similar Question Search System on a Q&A Site
Katsutoshi Kanamori, Akinori Kanda, Hayato Ohwada
(pages: 13-16)

Discovering Interdisciplinary Uses of Online Technologies in Higher Education
Mary Caton-Rosser, Barbara Looney, Kaitlin Schneider
(pages: 17-21)

Recognizing the Need for Rich Contextualization in the Classroom and Applying it with Modified Bloom's Cognitive Domain Taxonomy for Successful Teaching of Physics 106 (Physics II – Electricity, Magnetism and Light)
Matthew E. Edwards
(pages: 22-28)

Democracy, Political Perceptions, and New Media
Houman Sadri, Madelyn Flammia
(pages: 29-33)

Empirical Studies of Agile Software Development to Learn Programming Skills
Yasuyo Kofune, Takahiro Koita
(pages: 34-37)

Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) to Education
Joseph M. Woodside, Shahram Amiri
(pages: 38-40)

Detect of Sublethal Damage with Cyclic Deformation of Erythrocyte in Shear Flow
Hashimoto Shigehiro
(pages: 41-46)

Effect of Micro Ridges on Orientation of Cultured Cell
Hino Haruka, Hashimoto Shigehiro, Sato Fumihiko
(pages: 47-53)

Improvement of the Response Time in an Open Source Audioconference Architecture Based on SIP Multicast Implemented with JainSIP, JainSDP and JGAP Libraries
Moreno Carlos M., Álvarez Maribel
(pages: 54-59)

Online Teaching and Learning at the Graduate School Level: Student Perceptions on Discussion Boards v. Synchronous Communication
Amos Sr. Christopher N.
(pages: 60-65)

New CA Based Image Encryption-Scaling Scheme Using Wavelet Transform
Jeyaram Bala Suyambu, Raghavan Rama
(pages: 66-71)

New Optoelectronic Technology Simplified for Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED)
Guedes Andre F. S., Guedes Vilmar P., Tartari Simone, Souza Mônica L., Cunha Idaulo J.
(pages: 72-74)

Interprofessional Collaborative Practice to Improve Patient Outcomes: A Pilot Study
Styron Jennifer, Dearman Catherine, Whitworth Sheila, Brown Henrietta
(pages: 75-81)

Corporate Governance as a Crucial Factor in Achieving Sustainable Corporate Performance
Bistrova Julija, Lace Natalja, Tvaronaviciene Manuela
(pages: 82-88)


 

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Enhancement of Online Robotics Learning Using Real-Time 3D Visualization Technology

Richard Chiou, Yongjin (james) Kwon, Tzu-Liang (bill) Tseng, Robin Kizirian, Yueh-Ting Yang


This paper discusses a real-time e-Lab Learning system based on the integration of 3D visualization technology with a remote robotic laboratory. With the emergence and development of the Internet field, online learning is proving to play a significant role in the upcoming era. In an effort to enhance Internet-based learning of robotics and keep up with the rapid progression of technology, a 3- Dimensional scheme of viewing the robotic laboratory has been introduced in addition to the remote controlling of the robots. The uniqueness of the project lies in making this process Internet-based, and remote robot operated and visualized in 3D. This 3D system approach provides the students with a more realistic feel of the 3D robotic laboratory even though they are working remotely. As a result, the 3D visualization technology has been tested as part of a laboratory in the MET 205 Robotics and Mechatronics class and has received positive feedback by most of the students. This type of research has introduced a new level of realism and visual communications to online laboratory learning in a remote classroom.

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