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2009
IEEE

Real-time in-situ visual feedback of task performance in mixed environments for learning joint psychomotor-cognitive tasks

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Real-time in-situ visual feedback of task performance in mixed environments for learning joint psychomotor-cognitive tasks
This paper proposes an approach to mixed environment training of manual tasks requiring concurrent use of psychomotor and cognitive skills. To train concurrent use of both skill sets, the learner is provided real-time generated, in-situ presented visual feedback of her performance. This feedback provides reinforcement and correction of psychomotor skills concurrently with guidance in developing cognitive models of the task. The general approach is presented: 1) Sensors placed in the physical environment detect in real-time a learner’s manipulation of physical objects. 2) Sensor data is input to models of task performance which output quantitative measures of the learner’s performance. 3) Pre-defined rules are applied to transform the learner’s performance data into visual feedback presented in realtime and in-situ with the physical objects being manipulated. With guidance from medical education experts, we have applied this approach to a mixed environment for learning clinical b...
Aaron Kotranza, D. Scott Lind, Carla M. Pugh, Benj
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ISMAR
Authors Aaron Kotranza, D. Scott Lind, Carla M. Pugh, Benjamin Lok
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