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This text deals with the design of virtual reality systems. Infrastructure includes providing a powerful adaptive or cognitive learning to use the different levels of complexity that will be adapted for each student, empowering those who present more difficulties for learning. Smart devices and intelligent technologies create learning environments that respond to each learner’s profile and needs and offer conditions for realizing personalized and adaptive learning.

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