UXINDIA17 - XR for Heritage preservation andTeaching learning tool for Millennials

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November 27, 2017

UXINDIA17 - XR for Heritage preservation andTeaching learning tool for Millennials

XR for Heritage preservation andTeaching learning tool for Millennials

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November 27, 2017
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  2. Department of Design Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad XR for

    Heritage preservation and Teaching learning tool for Millennials Prof.Deepak John Mathew PhD UX India November, 2017, Bangalore
  3. Design in Education Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT

    Hyderabad 1 What is Design? What is Design Education? Design education is learning how to apply practical methods and prior knowledge to solve new problems. Design education involves thinking and planning in order to give shape to things in the way that they can be processed, used and finally destructed. Design is a creative process which integrates the physical qualities of a product with aesthetic considerations. Design as process deals with uniting such factors like technology, marketing, sales, recycling and disposal to create the balance between the commercial, immaterial and aesthetic values of a product. 1
  4. Five important factors of Design Design Innovation Centre, Department of

    Design, IIT Hyderabad 2 1 Functionality 2 Aesthetics 3 Long range identity 4 Cultural, Political, Social 5 Ethical relations
  5. Design Design Appliers Design Education Designer Designer Users Present Situation

    Need for Improvement New Design Where we are focusing Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 3
  6. Present situation of Design Education in India Design Innovation Centre,

    Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 4 The Indian design education system offers diverse programs • Distinct and specialized design programs like “Applied Arts” • Bachelor of Design (B.Des) • Master of Design (M. Des) • International collaboration with Design Schools are limited • Tradition and philosophy based learning. It‟s transition in real life is minimal • Aspect of service: broadcast service through exhibition, film, literature seeking number of good mentors and patronage • Scope of service to Government is limited Student from Science exhibition Video
  7. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 5 Interaction

    with students from Science exhibition
  8. Design School in India Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design,

    IIT Hyderabad 6 The origin • 1850, Art school, Madras (founded by Dr. Alexander Hunter) • 1854, The School of Industrial Art, Kolkata • 1857, Sir JJ School of Art, Bombay • 1866, Jeypore School of Industrial Art • 1960, National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad New Design Schools • Srishti School of Art Design and Technology, Bangaluru • Pearl Academy, Delhi • Ecole Intuit.lab, Mumbai • lll GD Goenka School of Fashion and Design, Haryana, etc IIT Hyderabad Campus and Design Class
  9. Current Scenario of Design Education in School Design Innovation Centre,

    Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 7 • Academic Art and Design education has been introduced for the necessity of draftsmen in the time of British Schooling • CBSE, ICSE, IB Board has Art and Craft education that has theoretical and practical area are not functional for future design graduates • Very few State Board School have Art and Craft Education • Some of Alternative School introducing Design Education through particular topic like graphic design, typography with few technical skill set • Intervening different subjects with the perspective of design practice is not there
  10. What is missing? Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT

    Hyderabad 8 No national accreditation body to accredit design programs India lacks opportunities for progression from Bachelor‟s to Master‟s level In India published research in Design is minuscule Indian Universities have limited Design programs Design is limited in the school syllabus Advocacy of Art and Design Education is less in our Country Design education in India lacks coherent structure because of
  11. Edgar dale’s visualization of Teaching-Learning Design Innovation Centre, Department of

    Design, IIT Hyderabad 9
  12. Present teaching-learning method in school Design Innovation Centre, Department of

    Design, IIT Hyderabad 10 Chalk and Talk Lecture Demonstration with map, Chart and model Collaborative Interactive Inquiry based Problem based Teacher-centric teaching-learning method
  13. Information and communication technology (ICT) in the field of Education

    Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 10 • Enrichment of existing curriculum and pedagogy by employing ICT tools for teaching and learning • To provide an effective learning environment for children with special needs through ICT tools • Promote critical thinking and analytical skills by developing self-learning. This idea shall transform in the classroom environment from teacher-centric to student-centric learning • To enable students to acquire skills needed for the Digital world for higher studies and gainful employment 11
  14. Contemporary Education System: Teaching-Learning with the aid of technology Design

    Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad Educational programme Broadcasts in Television Computer Aided teaching Effective learning through ICT ‟s programme Experiential/ immersive teaching-learning through XR Technology 11 12
  15. Millennials and new Teaching- Learning strategies Design Innovation Centre, Department

    of Design, IIT Hyderabad 12 13 To provide an effective learning environment and Promote critical thinking and analytical skills. 1 Problem-based learning, role playing, participatory simulation and to conceptualize functional layer in real world context. 2 Hands-on-learning, experiential learning help students to construct and solidify their knowledge. 3
  16. World wise Technology break through Design Innovation Centre, Department of

    Design, IIT Hyderabad Print press First computer First Typewriter First communication satellite 13 14
  17. TPACK framework by Lee S. Shulman Design Innovation Centre, Department

    of Design, IIT Hyderabad • Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) is an understanding of meaningful skill teaching with technology. 15
  18. VR, AR and XR Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design,

    IIT Hyderabad • Augmented reality (AR) is the integration of digital information with the user's environment in real time. It uses the existing environment and overlays new information on top of it • Virtual reality is an artificial environment that is created with software and presented to the user in such a way that the user suspends belief and accepts it as a real environment. On a computer, virtual reality is primarily experienced through two of the five senses: sight and sound • Extended Reality (XR) is a combination of real and virtual world and human-machine interaction. This combination is produced by Computer technology and the HMD. Extended Reality includes all its descriptive forms like the Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), Mixed Reality 16
  19. Reality Virtuality continuum Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT

    Hyderabad 17
  20. Experiential/ immersive teaching- learning through XR Technology Design Innovation Centre,

    Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad • The concept of SMART School derived from Creative, dynamic and innovative approach of teaching-learning through Advanced technology • XR technology enhances the users perception through simulation of real world and virtual objects in same place • With continuous stimulation with Extended reality students will be excited by new ideas and think critically about the world around them 18
  21. ‘Hands-on- Learning’ Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad

    • „Learning by doing‟ is a direct experience where the learner is expected to develop knowledge and understanding with skill and value from the process. • Hands on learning can develop sensitivity to the natural and artificial product and communication environments and relate the learning to real life situations 19
  22. Possibilities of Experiential teaching- learning through XR Technology Design Innovation

    Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad • Prototypes, physical models, and detailed illustrations and posters are all extremely expensive. With Augment, school do not have to invest in physical materials. Students can access models from any device at any time • With a simple a scan, students can access augmented models representing anything from a part of the human anatomy, architectural model, molecule, mathematical diagram etc 20
  23. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad The motto

    is to create a knowledge base for the future, communicating the form, style, design, culture and history to the next generation. 21 Digital Preservation of Heritages in Telangana 2
  24. Need for Documentation Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT

    Hyderabad Part of heritage conservation and Understanding of culture Create a knowledge base for the future, parallel communicating the form, style, design, culture and history to next generation 22
  25. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 23

  26. Technology used in documentation Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design,

    IIT Hyderabad 1 Lidar scanning 2 Digital photography 3 360 degree photography 4 Ariel scanning 5 Photogrammetry 24
  27. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad Planning and

    Process Laser scanning and 360 photography (Interior and Exterior ) Registration of 3d point cloud data 01 02 03 07 08 09 06 05 04 Initial analysis of the terrain Transferring the point cloud data and image to workspace Planning for scanning points Estimating time for each scans Stitching all the scans to get 3D data of the tomb Cleaning unwanted point clouds 3D modelling and rendering Digitalization of Hayat Bakshi Begum tomb 25
  28. • Mapping of areas where we can get the maximum

    surface area of the monument • Acquiring point cloud data was divided into first and second floor • This helped in better placement of scanner to acquire dense & accurate point cloud Point Cloud data Acquisition Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad Base Plan of Hayat Bakshi Begum Tomb 26
  29. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 27 Point

    Cloud Data
  30. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad Modeling 28

  31. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 29

  32. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 30 Animation

    project along with digital documentation
  33. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad Work Plan

    33
  34. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 34 How

    can we make technology more accessible to the public?
  35. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad 35 How

    can we make technology more affordable to the public?
  36. Design Innovation Centre, Department of Design, IIT Hyderabad Barriers 36

    1. The teachers (Digital Immigrants) are not well equipped to familiarize themselves and their students (Digital Natives) with constantly upgrading technologies 2. The developers are encashing a huge amount of money on opportunity costs 3. The Gen X are emotionally attached to gadgets while this generation is almost free from emotional attachment with gadgets
  37. Sreehari K.G. (Ph.D Student) Sumana Som (Ph.D Student) Chaaya Kumari

    (Thesis Project) Amol Bendkule (Thesis Project) Acknowledgment
  38. Thank You djm@iith.ac.in