logoVirplay ViRPlay3D: The evolution of a Virtual Environment Based on Active Learning to teach Object-Oriented Design Concepts

What is ViRPlay3D

ViRPlay3D is a Role-Play Virtual Environment (RPVE), a virtual environment rich in design information where students mimic the interactions produced in a role-play session in order to simulate an execution scenario from a case study. It is also employed as a sandbox where the Computer Science students complete assignments about executing system comprehension and design tasks. The actions performed by the students are saved into scripts that can be reproduced later by an instructor inside the environment. One of the most remarkable enhancements in ViRPlay3D2 is the creation of two different single-user running modes: scripted-mode and free-mode. In the scripted-mode the user controls when the next step is executed, she can undo the last step or restart the simulation. In the free-mode, the user is responsible for deciding the simulation steps and finishing the simulation. The performed simulation is stored as a script that can be executed later in ViRPlay3D2.

ViRPlay3D2 in action

Here you can watch some videos of ViRPlay3D in action.

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  • 5000 fade true 60 bottom 50 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHTecav1Kx4
    Message passing
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    Executing a scenario
  • 5000 fade true 60 bottom 50 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_E4zLLNsTio
    Multiplayer simulation

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