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Table 1 Summary of comparison of two interfaces for vocabulary learning

From: Augmented reality as multimedia: the case for situated vocabulary learning

  AR application Non-AR application
Interaction Users find an object with a marker. They then point the tablet PC to the marker to reveal the content. Users press “next” or “previous” to switch between contents.
Inherent feature Users can see the markers in their environment even when they are not studying. Users can quickly go through all the material because they are arranged in a series.
Visual display Texts, images, sounds, and animations are displayed in the real environment. Illustrations are shown on a white background.
Place and time Users can only use it inside their laboratory at any given time. Users can only use it inside their laboratory at any given time.