Developing of Hologram Multimedia for Speed Learning Through Bio-Communication

D. Darmawan, A.H. Hernawan, A.I. Septiana, I. Rachman, Y. Kodama


The development of holograms carried out in environmental learning is needed to affect the level of responsibility of students. Research conducted by a collaborative team between lecturers, teachers, and experts in hologram development is urgently needed. As has been done in the Indonesian Education University laboratory environment, currently multimedia holograms are being developed. Learning with the support of multimedia holograms has become a new trend that changes the speed of students' bio-communication. This speed occurs because the effect of the hologram turns out to be able to strengthen the workings of the frontal lobe, which go directly to the occipital, where the information transformation of learning can reach 12 milliseconds per second. This finding has been the newest in learning in primary schools, especially in environmental education.


Keywords: hologram, multimedia, speed learning, bio-communication.



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