Early Cognition Education using Mixed Reality
“Within the child lies the fate of the future” was what Dr. Maria Montessori said once upon atime, this project aims to lay a strong foundation to make that fate better. If children are equippedwith basic tools of life in the formative years, there is a certain chance that they will develop intobetter individuals. Cognitive development comprises a person’s working memory, attention, aswell as one’s ability to manage and respond to experiences and information. This applicationaims at improving cognitive ability of children by letting them interact with virtual augmentedobjects. Educating through mixed reality is not only fun but has also been proven to have greaterretention of information and longer attention spans for normal children and has workedexcellently for children with autism.
Van Tam Nguyen
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium Posters, College of Arts and Sciences
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Quality Education; Good Health and Well-Being
"Early Cognition Education using Mixed Reality" (2020). Stander Symposium Projects. 1937.