Electrical trades
Kitchen table campus  
Joel Martin
Department of Trades and Engineering Technology, VET

This project enables students to virtually navigate car-sized pieces of machinery in their own homes, using any digital device.  
It’s easy for students to understand how a power tool works as most people can access one in their personal lives.  But that’s not so much the case for a 5 ton industrial guillotine that needs to be transported on a semi trailer and costs tens of thousands of dollars!
The project augments the top 20 largest, most expensive or most scarcest equipment in Swinburne Trades and Senior Secondary programs that can be opened through Canvas.
The following resource is a game which provides students with an augmented reality experience of a client's home visit whereby students are required to identify key health and safety hazards. All of these resources are available to access or download by Swinburne staff via Commons and include the following: 
•  Example Game - including QR code
These resources are also available on the Adobe Education Exchange!

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