Chromatics provides a theoretical basis for the production of visual effects that is crucial to design education. As one of the pillars supporting chromatics, knowledge about color mixing is thus necessary for students who plan to design products. However, students tend to be bored by traditional learning methods in this regard. To remedy this deficiency, this study designed a mobile color mixing game to assist students in learning color mixing. On a more specific basis, this game not only enables students to learn color mixing anytime and anywhere but also provides them with an effective mechanism for exploring the potentials of this technology. Using the technology acceptance model, this study developed a questionnaire concerning the subjects' perceptions of the mobile game, according to which the effectiveness of the game was evaluated. The research findings of this study showed that most of the subjects found the game not only easy to use but also of significant help for them to learn color mixing.
Advances In Mechanical Engineering, v.9, n.2, pp.1-6