Students benefit from 3D technology in international study

01/8/2012 | Daily Mail (London), The

The test scores of students placed in classes that used 3D images improved by an average of 17% compared with 8% in those placed in regular classes, according to the report The 3D in Education White Paper. In a sample of 740 students in seven countries, including the United Kingdom, research showed that students, ages 10 and 11, in 3D classes had higher concentration levels and were faster in learning new concepts.

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