Helena G. TheodoropoulouAthena-Research and Innovation Center in Information, Communication and Knowledge Technologies · Institute for Language and Speech Processing
Helena G. Theodoropoulou
PhD student in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Architectural Design and Creative Tasks
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Citations since 2016
5 Research Items
October 2020 - August 2022
Technical University of Crete
- Adjunct Educator
- Teaching design and development of 3D interactive, AR, VR applications | Scientific Associate
Exploiting extended reality technologies in laboratory training enhances both teaching and learning experiences. It complements the existing traditional learning/teaching methods related to science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. In this work, we use extended reality technologies to create an interactive learning environment with dy...
One of the most challenging tasks in cross reality environment simulations is the generation of realistic and attractive worlds. The continuous evolution of computer game industry has a dramatic effect on such tasks as younger generations have higher expectations and demands in terms of realism. Virtual, Augmented, and mixed reality-based museums a...
One of the most challenging tasks in Extended Reality based environments is the creation of realistic, interactive and attractive simulation with personalised content, without overlooking the main purpose of the system, which, in our case, is education. This paper introduces the XRLabs platform, which is an Extended Reality platform to assist in th...
The aim of this study determines how color influences spatial perception. Through the development of an augmented reality mobile application based on Josef Albers' theory on the relativity of color, user experience is measured through EEG data and UEQs.