UTP students develop final projects using Virtual and Augmented Reality

Professor Gloria Bennett, from the Faculty of Computer Systems Engineering of the Technological University of Panama (UTP), together with the Directorate of Innovation and Educational Technology (DIGITED), led an innovative initiative by incorporating virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality ( RA) in the learning process of their students.

Using these disruptive technologies, through the EON ° of different locations of interest on the UTP Central Campus, and Creation of 3D lessons through use cases.

Professor Bennett commented that the EON XR platform allows the curriculum to be implemented in an innovative and attractive way. “Students feel motivated and learn in a deeper way by interacting with the content in 3D and 360°.”

Among the key benefits that this type of innovation represents for these UTP students are:

  • Comprehensive Learning: The platform allows students to integrate elements such as quizzes, PDF documents, audio, videos and 3D models in a single environment. This encourages a holistic approach to your learning.
  • Self-paced: Students have the freedom to investigate and delve into course topics at their own pace, which promotes autonomy and exploration.
  • Creativity and Interactivity: Using 3D models and 360° photographs, students can present their ideas in a creative and interactive way, which enriches their learning experience.
  • Improved Knowledge Retention: The immersion provided by technology helps students better remember and understand information, which results in more effective learning.
    The Technological University of Panama is proud to be at the forefront of the integration of emerging technologies in higher education.

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