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2011, vol. 3, iss. 2, pp. 164-183
Constructive geometry education by contemporary technologies
aUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Serbia
bUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry, Serbia,
Development and application of scientific methods in designing and building highly economical structural system using new technologies (MESTD - 36008)

Keywords: descriptive geometry; constructive geometry; education; contemporary technologies
Contemporary technological development (CAD/CAM/CAE, VR, AR, MR) made conventional methods of Descriptive and Constructive Geometry uncompleted. Application and use of new technologies in Constructive geometry requires educational process with the aim to have complete knowledge of all fields that belong to this area. The aspect and results research shows that knowledge acquired in this way by using new technology, develops students' skills that are very important in senior years of studies, particularly in the field of engineering design. Interactive dynamic 3D geometry could not be achieved by conventional ways of studying. The use of modern technology should enable expanding the fields of research as well as preservation of the theoretical knowledge of descriptive geometry.
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article language: English
document type: Original Paper
DOI: 10.5937/SAJ1102164C
published in SCIndeks: 30/03/2012

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