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Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications
Augmented Reality has been integrated in educational settings in the field of engineering. Prior research has examined the learning outcomes and the pedagogical affordances of this technology. However, training undergraduate engineers, from diverse knowledge level, requires customized training approach, tailored to the individual learning pace. In this paper, we present PARSAT (Personalized Augmented Reality Spatial Ability Training), which is a mobile Augmented Reality application for thedoi:10.3233/faia210078 fatcat:6syg2yz2kncpjgt4wbffuph5f4