The role of virtual reality in built environment education

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Horne, Margaret; Thompson, Emine Mine;
(2008)

This study builds upon previous research on the integration of Virtual Reality (VR) within the built environment curriculum and aims to investigate the role of VR and three-dimensional (3D) computer modelling on learning and teaching in a school of the built environment... View more
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