A new book I was involved in with a chapter about „Unified Remote and Virtual Lab Solutions for Engineering Education“ was just published.
It took now some time to get it edited and finally printed, but it was worth the time to wait for.
Here a part taken from the foreword, written by Mark Schulz from University of Queensland:
This book provides glimpses into contemporary research in the domain of remote experiments,
but the ideas also range over the domains of telehealth, collaborative learning environments,
the role and use of mobile devices, brain-computer interfaces, haptic feedback (with one
application in training dentists), virtual reality and materials processing.