Applying 3D Elements in Acupuncture Class
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AbstractThe understanding of 3D relationship of the body surface is essential in the study of acupuncture for TCM students and many other courses in health care studies. Published 3D coursewares are available in the market but with costly subscription fee, and the production of own subject content could be technically demanding. With the increased popularity of 3D multimedia, low-cost production and sharing of 3D gadgets to students are now much more easier than ever. The author has tried applying the following 3D elements in the teaching of acupuncture practical class with the following low-cost solutions: 3D photo capture by smartphone, free-hand drawing with 3D-paint in Windows 10 and Sketchfab, an online 3D presentation platform which allow annotation of 3D model. The current solution allows an easy way for sharing of knowledge and interactive discussion among the students.
All Author(s) ListMichael WY Chung
Name of ConferenceTeaching and Learning Innovation Expo 2017
Start Date of Conference07/12/2017
End Date of Conference07/12/2017
Place of ConferenceThe Chinese University of Hong Kong
Country/Region of ConferenceHong Kong
Proceedings TitleTeaching and Learning Innovation Expo 2017
Year2017
Pages82 - 82
LanguagesEnglish-United States

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