OcuClass - Enhance focus and learning through augmented reality
Paper i proceeding, 2016

This paper describes some of the problems of the current way of teaching and learning in regular classrooms. The main issue this project aims to solve is the tendency for students to lose focus during class. The time during which a student can manage to stay focused without a break is one of the main factors that has to be considered in order to provide an efficient and functional learning environment. Through the use of movement and a teaching method inspired by museum visits, we are introducing a new teaching tool for the classroom of the future: OcuClass. OcuClass aims to increase the attention level of students during class through a more immersive experience and by physically moving between the different information. The teachers guide students through a dynamic and engaging tour in order to improve their learning experience.

interactive class

learning and technology

augmented reality

dynamic learning


Annalisa Casati

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Richard Davison

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Pak Wai Lau

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Elin Meltzer

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Sebastian Odbjer

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Proceedings of SIDeR’16 – student interaction design research conference


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