The research conducted by wish
The research conducted by Wish-Baratz et al. (2020) assessed the impact of the
current pandemic to educational procedures, particularly the traditional classroom, thus
demonstrating the advantaged and resources with the potential and opportunity of
transforming the educational environment that is presented by the mixed reality. Besides,
considering that in the perception of mixed reality, since its introduction, has been to seek to
facilitate more active, efficient, and essential learning procedures, different form other
emerging technologies that are applicable in the educational purposes, though have
successfully established a passive procedure, which does not utilize its platforms and
resources to facilitate critical thinking, as well as formation of metacognition or meaning.
On the other hand, Frank and Kapila (2017) assessed the significant attribute
presented by the mixed reality, the application of the mobile devices in the learning process,
which support suburb visualization of the content, which the study assesses as the primary
attribute that the application of mixed reality would offer in expanding education sector.
Further, since the mixed reality resources can effectively engage the learners in the course of
their learning and equally aiding in the enhancement of their visualization skills, an attribute
that is mainly improved by the capability of mixed reality that allows the learners to be
engrossed in the realistic experiences, hence establishing an essential meaning for the
students that actively interact with these resources.
In the analysis of the related works, it was established that the mixed reality possesses
the potential of being applied as an educational approach. Nevertheless, the gap established in
the assessed studies is that they do not provide detailed and complete analysis as attributed to
the application of mixed reality through the utilization of various tools and platforms. hence,
the question on how the mixed reality theories, technologies and models are used particularly
in the higher education has not been adequately assessed. Thus, this systematic literature
review seeks to identify how the mixed reality theories, technologies and tactics have been
designed and assessed within the past four years, mainly focusing on the developmental and
technical necessities for the higher education.
Frank, J.A. and Kapila, V., 2017. Mixed-reality learning environments: Integrating mobile
interfaces with laboratory test-beds. Computers & Education, 110, pp.88-104.
Wish-Baratz, S., Crofton, A.R., Gutierrez, J., Henninger, E. and Griswold, M.A., 2020.
Assessment of mixed-reality technology use in remote online anatomy
education. JAMA Network Open, 3(9), pp.e2016271-e2016271.