Learning at Curtin University will look very different in 2020 when today's year seven students are ready to begin their tertiary education. Wearable wrist band-style computers and "Google" glasses will be common place and implantable devices will no longer be the domain of science fiction. Curtin University e-technology experts demonstrate some of the technology behind Learning for Tomorrow.
Curtin School of Business Lecturer Torsten Reiners demonstrates three-dimension technology and the use of virtual worlds in education.
School of Design and Art Research Fellow Nina Sellars is investigating the use of blended realities and its application as a learning tool across many disciplines.
Second Life can provide students with an authentic learning experience in a virtual “real-world” scenario.