Development of Music Education in Virtual and Extended Reality
Keywords:High-tech revolution, mixed reality, multimedia technical means, entertainment, musical art
The relevance of the chosen topic of the paper is determined by the need to study the development of music education in our time in virtual and augmented reality, focused on the study of new vectors of music education in Ukraine and its entry into the world educational and cultural space based on innovative technologies. The study aims to define and justify the development of music education in virtual and augmented reality, research of innovative technologies to expand the possibilities of the creative process in the art of music, and definition of methods of musical expansion reality. The paper analyzes the directions of development of music education in the works of researchers and scientists, as in the last few decades, scientists have become more interested in the virtualization of society and music education, in particular. Virtual reality is becoming the object of study in philosophy and the humanities and the natural sciences, art history. The article also collects theoretical developments on the topic, specifies the tasks in the music education system in our time in virtual and augmented reality, explores the role and place of innovative technologies to expand the creative process in music, methods of expanding musical reality determined.
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