IEEE Standard for Augmented Reality Learning Experience Models

Wild, Fridolin; Perey, Christine; Hensen, Benedikt and Klamma, Ralf (2020). IEEE Standard for Augmented Reality Learning Experience Models. In: 2020 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE), IEEE.



Augmented Reality has found its way into training scenarios, e.g., when used in companies to deliver close-to-practice instruction. As a prerequisite for wide-scale adoption, however, there is need for a structured approach to model and formalize training activity. For this reason, the Augmented Reality IEEE standard ARLEM was defined. The standard was developed with the help of a reference implementation, MIRAGE XR, to demonstrate how real-life training applications can be created and edited using an Augmented Reality editor for learning experiences. With IEEE ARLEM and Mirage XR, standardized and interoperable learning content can be created and exchanged.

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