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Yu Xiaofeng teaches a class in the holographic interactive classroom at SDU's Central Campus. [Photo/sdu.edu.cn]
Yu Xiaofeng, a teacher at Shandong University's School of Journalism and Communication, delivered a lesson in a holographic interactive classroom via holographic technology on Oct 7, marking the first class conducted using the holographic technology at the university.
Yu conducted on-site teaching in a classroom with holographic technology equipment at SDU's Central Campus, and the signal was transmitted in real time to two other classrooms at the Central Campus and the university's Qingdao Campus, so that nearly 400 students in Jinan and Qingdao could attend the lecture remotely.
The holographic technology helps meet the needs of students from different campuses and enable them to attend lessons at the same time.
The holographic interactive classroom at SDU has the first holographic distance learning system with multi-terminals among colleges and universities in China.
The teaching system integrates naked-eye holographic display, virtual simulation technology and 5G technology, which is able to break the limitations of traditional online teaching and offer students an immersive learning environment.
This class was a practical exploration for SDU to promote the strategy of digital education, and a deep integration of 5G holographic technology with teaching.
SDU plans to take this opportunity to further strengthen application research of 5G holographic technology to teaching, and further boost the university's development of moral and knowledge education, as well as the building of its first-class undergraduate curriculum.
Students at the Qingdao Campus take the first holographic class remotely. [Photo/sdu.edu.cn]
Students at the Central Campus take the class remotely. [Photo/sdu.edu.cn]