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Virtual Reality Using Stereoscopic Vision for Teaching/Learning of Descriptive Geometry
This paper addresses one of the main difficulties observed in some theoretical courses of spatial geometry, which refers to the requirement of abstract spatial visualization skills. The study also shows the demand for computer graphic resources to support teaching and learning of these disciplines. Finally, it is submitted to a virtual system, animated, by using stereoscopic anaglyph vision, covering the basic contents of Descriptive Geometry. This system has already been developed and implemented.fatcat:nvobxbrdfjawll5f6sdrzokh6a