E-Training Content Delivery Networking System for Augmented Reality Car Maintenance Training Application

Yu-Doo Kim; Il-Young Moon
March 2013
International Journal of Multimedia & Ubiquitous Engineering;Mar2013, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p69
Academic Journal
The widespread use of smart devices such as smartphones and tablet PCs has contributed to the development of a variety of content for such devices. In particular, smart devices can be exploited for educational purposes. Therefore, we implement an e-training mobile application using augmented reality (AR). However, existing AR applications do not support real-time content. Therefore, it is necessary to manually update an application when the content is modified. In this study, we implement a content delivery network system for AR e-training mobile applications, which supports real-time content update when the content is modified.


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