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Studies on the neurosciences and the cognitive sciences have shown the existing interconnections between visual perception and cognition in the knowledge/interaction with the world. It is recognised in particular how the perception of the information in the multimedia format can improve the teaching-learning processes. With reference to the neuro-cognitive and cognitive aspects, I will focus my attention on visual learning, with particular regard to the use of augmented reality technologies.doi:10.6092/issn.2724-2463/11120 fatcat:tsqofqcm75gzvcmrdxegolyo5y