- Ashlee Drew
- Gold Coast
Student, Griffith University
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Interactive Educational interface
Educational resources are falling behind the fast-growing area of technology, I propose a personalised tutor which would be based off a students learning style and personality. The software would focus on a core component of learning (literacy or numeracy) and would combine all current resources on the subject to provide the student with a fully informed learning experience. Would like to make it interactive through google glass and kinect so it is more like augmented reality than a computer program. Students would be able to ask the program questions and it would respond in ways best suited to the students learning style. A risk/reward system would be implemented for motivational purposes,
This idea is early in the forming stage. The data from these students would be fed through the program to ensure it is up to date and moreover, could be fed to schools/governments in order to provide quality, real time data on students.
Looking for constructive criticism and have a number of questions I would like help with answering:
- is a similar software out there?
- is google glass a feasible option?
- how far away are holographic experiences?
- What should the target trident group be?