Measuring problem-solving skills with virtual reality

VR simulation, eye tracking used to study metacognitive abilities in design and manufacturing

By Faisal Aqlan, Lisa Jo Elliott and Richard Zhao

Problem-solving is an iterative process that requires How the simulation works brainstorming, analysis of the problem, development and testing of solutions. It relies on understanding what is known and what is unknown about the problem. That knowledge of the knowns and unknowns is called metacognition.

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