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Tactile 3-D Demonstrations via Cube and Makerbot
ICTCM 2014 (2014)
  • James P. Braselton, Georgia Southern University
  • Lila Roberts
  • Jarrett Terry

Difficulties inherent in representing 3-D objects on 2-D media can present barriers to student understanding. 3-D printers are becoming more commonplace and can generate a wide variety of objects. The authors will show how tactile 3-D objects can enhance mathematical experiences in Calculus and provide some helpful tips for 3-D printing.

  • Tactile 3-D,
  • Cube,
  • MakerBot,
  • Calculus
Publication Date
March 22, 2014
Citation Information
James P. Braselton, Lila Roberts, and Jarrett Terry. "Tactile 3-D Demonstrations via Cube and Makerbot" ICTCM 2014. San Antonio, Texas. Mar. 2014.