Students at the Pittsburgh university will work with developer tools provided by SMALLab Learning.


Embodied learning involves motion-capture technology tracking students’ 3D movements as they learn subjects while up on their feet. SMALLab (situated multimedia art learning lab) creates a space with a projected computer display that students can enter and move around on. It is engendered by concepts that blend human computer interaction with learning sciences, with the understanding that students learn more effectively when lessons are combined with bodily experiences.



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