The potential of 3D visualisation technology in art and design education

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Patera, Marianne;
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This thesis investigates the potential of 3D visualisation technology for learning and teaching in Art and Design higher education. The aim of this research was not merely to employ the 3D technology but also to identify, design and evaluate an appropriate learning and ... View more
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