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A Comparison Analysis of Usability Evaluation for Simulation Learning based on Web 3D and Virtual Reality

웹 3D와 가상현실 시뮬레이션 학습의 사용성 평가 비교분석

  • 소요환 (한남대학교 멀티미디어학과)
  • Received : 2016.07.11
  • Accepted : 2016.08.17
  • Published : 2016.10.28

Abstract

This study is analyzed by comparing the evaluation of usability and study achievement for simulation learning based on Web 3D and VR and it is aimed to verify the characteristics of the virtual reality through a difference in studying effect between each learning method. Therefore, this study is analyzed by comparing the evaluation of usability and study achievement for the CSI Forensics Lab simulation content that has been developed in two learning methods for scientific experiments of DNA analysis with the 75 university students of Life Science as a population(Web 3D=37, VR=38). The results of the study, in usability of user task action, exploratory and navigation, Web 3D simulation learning was positive in a significant difference, but in usability of satisfaction, VR simulation learning was positive in a significant difference. In study achievement, Web 3D simulation learning was slightly higher but did not confirm the significant differences between both of learning.

Keywords

Usability Evaluation;Simulation Learning;Virtual Reality

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