Utilization of Augmented Reality Technology in Learning Media Introduction to the Names of the Android-Based Human Senses System


  • Muhammad Nabil Kurniawan Universitas Teknologi Yogyakarta, Indonesia


Augmented Reality, Mobile learning, human elements, Android Mobile Application, 3D Animation Media


The development of computer technology is currently very advanced. Computers are used in all areas of human life, one of which is Augmented Reality (AR) technology. AR has been widely used as a tool for interactive learning media. Learning media that uses AR technology can improve student understanding. The learning media for recognizing the names of the five sensory systems in humans applies the concept of AR which uses a markerless method which will display 3D objects without a marker being detected. The material on the human sensory system is very interesting to study because it relates to daily activities regarding how our bodies can sense objects around humans. AR technology is really needed to better understand the material of the human sensory system.


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How to Cite

Nabil Kurniawan, M. (2023). Utilization of Augmented Reality Technology in Learning Media Introduction to the Names of the Android-Based Human Senses System. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 96(1), 53–67. Retrieved from https://asrjetsjournal.org/index.php/American_Scientific_Journal/article/view/9533