An Augmented Reality i OS Application for Music

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An Augmented Reality i. OS Application for Music Education Presenter: Kristen Brown

An Augmented Reality i. OS Application for Music Education Presenter: Kristen Brown

What is Augmented Reality (AR)? The real world enhanced by computer-generated contextual content such

What is Augmented Reality (AR)? The real world enhanced by computer-generated contextual content such as 2 D or 3 D objects, audio, video, or text

What is AR? (con’t. )

What is AR? (con’t. )

Project Inspiration Teachers require technological tools to keep the new generation of students engaged

Project Inspiration Teachers require technological tools to keep the new generation of students engaged Augmented reality is awe-inspiring and heavily visual in nature; therefore, great for learning Music education is a primarily untapped area

What is Prelude? Quiz game application for music symbol recognition Developed for use in

What is Prelude? Quiz game application for music symbol recognition Developed for use in music classrooms Two components: i. OS app and a web application Teachers personalize content to their course objectives Students take quizzes using the app and their classroom technology (ex. i. Pad, i. Pod Touch) Application reports student quiz results to the classroom teacher

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Administrative Website

Administrative Website

Demo

Demo

Future Work Expand application to recognize more complex music, such as musical scales or

Future Work Expand application to recognize more complex music, such as musical scales or phrases Upgrade administrative website to allow for even greater teacher customization Implement ability for app to present quiz results data to students as well as teachers upon request Add more complex sound functionality to the app for the playback of musical phrases

Acknowledgments My advisors Dr. Joseph Chao Dr. Kenneth Thompson AR Research Group My family

Acknowledgments My advisors Dr. Joseph Chao Dr. Kenneth Thompson AR Research Group My family BGSU Honors Program

References Azuma, Ronald T. "A survey of augmented reality. " Presence 6. 4 (1997):

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