The research relevance is due to the growing interest of teachers in introducing Augmented Reality (AR) technologies into the course of Engineering and Computer Graphics (ECG). The research aims to study the current state of knowledge and practice of existing courses using AR-technologies, including those for geometric-graphic training of high educational institutions students. The research object was the subject readiness of engineering students to master graphic disciplines based on the AR-concept. More than 200 scientific papers published between 2005 and 2020 were selected to review the qualitative and quantitative AR-research in the education area. For this purpose, the following factors were taken into account: category of educational institution and student, publication year, academic discipline, AR-technologies. Have been presented examples for AR-technologies implementation at different levels of education, such as preschool, school, higher and special ones. Special focus has been on consideration of teachers’ experience related to AR-technologies introducing in geometric training courses. It has been revealed that at present the AR-concept has gained popularity not only among designers, but also among schoolteachers, as well as among engineering high educational institutions’ lecturers. The lack of sufficient amount of scientifically based and tested programs and training materials for student teaching on ECG using AR has been proved. The necessity for further scientific research in the area of AR application to teach students on ECG has been justified. The research base was St. Petersburg Mining University. The paper materials may be useful for high educational institutions’ lecturers, schoolteachers, and parents.
Augmented Reality (AR), Engineering and Computer Graphics (ECG)
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