Spatial Flashcards_An augmented interactive learning tool for children
This is an augmented interactive learning tool, Spatial Flashcards for children to help them to engage in spatial awareness. 4 screens create a half-open cube of the space whose edges are 2.5m long and 1.87m long. The illusions of the 3D images are projected to the 4 sides: From front, left, right and ceiling. 3 back projections and 1 front projection can be used.
When participants enter the space, the participants are immersed in the projected environment. The Spatial Flashcards environment gives the users an unique feeling of immersion as you are surrounded by the environment.
The goal of this project is to realize the importance of playing and learning in children’s development, which I want to push the boundaries of spatial experience. Awareness of spatial relationships is the ability to see or move objects in relation to each other and to oneself. It helps them stimulate their imagination, creativity and thinking by experiencing the sound, image, and the world as a whole. This opportunity to explore basic shapes, colors and words in a new way may be a more successful way to engage people in learning through play. Also, I really hope this installation helps great conversations between kids and their parents.
Voice, Joseph Burwell
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