Title : Augmented Reality in Medical Education: AR Bones

Authors : Mohammad Fahim Hossain; Sudipta Barman; Niloy Biswas; A K M Bahalul Haque

Abstract : Augmented Reality is a technique that enhances reality with computer-generated imagery, three-dimensional objects, or other information that doesn’t physically exist in the real world. It is a growing technology that offers promising potentials in terms of learning and training. This paper focuses on the development process of a mobile-based application utilizing Mobile Augmented Reality. Since there are vast amounts of information on the human skeleton to comprehend, anyone would find it challenging to retain all the details. This application aims to aid students as a supplement in human anatomy studies. Thus, this project is an approach to enhance their current learning processes with the help of Mobile Augmented Reality.

Journal : Volume : Year : 2021 Issue :
Pages : City : Greater Noida, India Edition : Editors :
Publisher : IEEE ISBN : Book : Chapter :
Proceeding Title : 2021 International Conference on Computing, Communication, and Intelligent Systems (ICCCIS) Institution : Issuer : Number :