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The future of augmented reality and an overview on the to researches: a study of content analysis

  • Erkan Bal
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Abstract

The aim of this study is to define the researches and studies about augmented reality which were done in Turkey and to contribute and guide the researchers for further studies. With this purposes, as a result of literature researches, 36 articles about the researches in augmented reality are examined in details of the criterions. According to the results of the research, most of the works were written in 2016. In these works, it was seen computer was used most with the camera, and three dimensional software (3D) was used. Qualitative research method was applied as the research method and the research design was scanning. The documents were the data collection tool. This research was applied to the undergraduate students and secondary school students, equally. The Distribution of the sources the researchers used was between 1 and 20 sources. With these obtained results, there will be a contribution to the further researchers and field is thought.

Keywords

Augmented reality Education Technology Content analysis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Distance Learning CenterNear East UniversityNicosiaCyprus

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