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Recently students from the Terrassa School of Engineering have adapted a chess learning system to utilize augmented realities for teaching chess. It combines AR, computer vision, and artificial intelligence to utilize a high-definition home webcam, the AR Chess software, a standard board and pieces, and a set of cardboard markers the same size as the squares on the board (each marked with the first letter of the corresponding chess piece).
Many in higher education are touting that e-textbooks are the way of the future for providing course books to students.
Today’s technology world changes in the blink of an eye with new gadgets and devices on the horizon ready to fall into the laps of all the happy consumers who wish to part with their money. However, it seems as if we in the realm of education struggle in supporting or implementing these tech gadgets [...]