The PhD work on Computer Aided Engineering Education (CAEE) scheme is concerned with the use of computer aids for the enhanced, interactive delivery of educational materials in the field of engineering while maintaining existing pedagogical contents and standards. The work considers two separate components, one for classroom and another for practical hands-on laboratory work in engineering. The CAEE component for hands-on laboratory practical work focuses on the use of mixed reality (video-based augmented reality) tools on mobile devices/platforms. This practical demonstration highlights some of features of the CAEE version of an experiment such as the ability to closely implement an existing laboratory based hands-on experiment with lower associated costs and the ability to conduct the experiment off-line. © 2014 IEEE.
Onime, C., Uhomoibhi, J., & Zennaro, M. (2014). Demonstration of a low cost implementation of an existing hands-on laboratory experiment in electronic engineering. In Proceedings of 2014 11th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation, REV 2014 (pp. 195–197). IEEE Computer Society. https://doi.org/10.1109/REV.2014.6784253