Proceedings of the 2018 4th International Conference on Social Science and Higher Education (ICSSHE 2018)

Research on Application of Virtual Reality Technology in Production Practice of Bioengineering Specialty

Authors
Jing Su, Junqing Wang, Piwu Li, Wenjun Lan
Corresponding Author
Jing Su
Available Online September 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icsshe-18.2018.49How to use a DOI?
Keywords
bioengineering, production practice, virtual reality technology, practice teaching reform
Abstract
Professional production practice is a part of the bioengineering teaching, which plays an important role in improving students' ability to analyze problems and solve problems. However, there are some common problems in the practical teaching of bioengineering specialty. For example, appropriate companies are difficult to find, students have less opportunities to operate and practice funds are inadequate, which seriously affects the practice effect of bioengineering students. In this paper, the virtual simulation technology is introduced into the practice link. By effectively integrating this emerging computer technology with the construction of practice bases and on-campus engineering training, the reform of the bio-engineering practice in production was put forward, the effectiveness of internships was strengthened, and the students' engineering practice ability and comprehensive quality were effectively improved through practice training.
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AU  - Jing Su
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AU  - Wenjun Lan
PY  - 2018/09
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TI  - Research on Application of Virtual Reality Technology in Production Practice of Bioengineering Specialty
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