Use of Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality Tools in Art Education Course

Authors

  • Fatma Miralay Near East University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47750/pegegog.14.03.04

Keywords:

Augmented reality, Artificial Intelligence, creativity, Creative thinking, Imagination, technology

Abstract

The world of art, which is mostly based on manual dexterity, has endeavored to raise the new generation of students of the future with today's technology tools. Although art education continues to be up-to-date today, it has had to adapt to technological opportunities. In the face of artificial intelligence and augmented reality applications, creativity and mental imagination skills of individuals have begun to develop. This study aims of find out advantages and disadvantages of using artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) technologies within the scope of art education at higher education level. Mixed method was used in the study. Students (n=75) and teachers (n=25) from two different universities in TRNC constituted the population of the research. The results obtained in the study reveal that all students can design the moving objects with AI and AR. It has been observed that with AI-AR applications, the motivation of students has increased significantly and their creativity and imagination skills have strengthened, while their drawing and painting skills have weakened at some points. It has been determined that teachers think that using AI-AR in art education has disadvantages as well as its advantages.

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Published

2024-04-05

How to Cite

Miralay, F. (2024). Use of Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality Tools in Art Education Course. Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 14(3), 44–50. https://doi.org/10.47750/pegegog.14.03.04