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Welcome to STAR Journal of Extended Reality


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STAR Journal of XR, SJXR is an open access, peer reviewed international journal that focuses on XR technology-mediated experiences that combine digital and biological realities. Technologies’ supporting the creation of XR encompasses a wide range of hardware and software, including sensory interfaces, applications, and infrastructures, that enable content creation for virtual reality (VR), mixed reality (MR), augmented reality (AR), cinematic reality (CR), 360-degree video, and more. With these tools, users generate new forms of reality by bringing digital objects into the physical world and/or bringing physical world objects into the digital world. XR technologies have applications in all sectors of education and training, from early schooling through to higher education, workforce development, and lifelong learning.

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Author Guidelines


  • We accept only Word file (.doc/.docx/.rtf) of the manuscript/article and the images in JPEG/tiff/png/PSD format on submission. If the file size is too high, they can be submitted in .rar/.zip files. Before submitting the article author must and should fill the cover letter template of which can be downloaded from the Submit Manuscript page.
  • It is NOT mandatory to submit the manuscript that looks like published article, as the detailed typesetting work will be undertaken by STAR Journals team, which is a part of the production process. However, authors need to use a readable Times New Roman with font size (12points for text and 12 bold for side headings) and line spacing (1.5). Authors need to include line numbers in their manuscript so that it will be easy for editors/reviewers to give their comments. Figures and tables should be at their appropriate place within the text, rather than placed at the end of the manuscript. Tables should be clearly drawn in an Excel sheet which will be convenient for editors/reviewers to review and also while typesetting the article.
  • Length of Article/s: We do not restrict the authors for the length of the article. Articles can be longer/shorter based on the topic of the particular research; however, the length of the manuscript must be justified by the relevant scientific content.
  • Manuscript Format: The article/manuscript should normally consist of the following sections and should follow the Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Reference system:
  • Title page

  • Title of the article, name(s) of author(s) and address(es) of affiliation(s) where the work was carried out and conflicts of interest
  • The title should be more informative, concise but it should be meaningful to the whole readership of the journal.

    Authors and addresses

  1. For articles with many authors, it is necessary to list the names of all the authors first, followed by the complete postal addresses, using superscript numerical identifiers to link an author with an address where appropriate. We can publish the author names only in English, so we request authors to send your names in English rather than using native language for names.
  2. If an author’s present address is different from the address where the research was carried out, this must be explained in a footnote. You must include Fax, Telephone and E-mail addresses on the title page.
  3. Author’s contribution list

  4. Authors must and should submit Author’s contribution list, it is mandatory for STAR Journals. Those co-authors, who contributed significantly to the article, should not be mentioned in the Acknowledgement section and vice versa.
  5. Note: The Editor in Chief/Associate Editor in Chief and Publisher has complete rights to raise a question based on the information provided in the Acknowledgement section and Author’s contribution list; then the Corresponding author must justify it.
  6. Abstract

  7. An abstract should contain 300-500 words. Your abstract should provide readers concise information about the content of your article. It should be more informative, accessible and should also indicate the general scope of the article, along with the main results obtained and conclusions drawn. The abstract should be complete without table numbers, figure numbers, references or equations
  8. Keywords:

  9. keywords should be 6-10 and each keyword should be separated by “comma (,) “
  10. Introduction

  11. This should be concise and describe the nature of the problem under investigation and its background. It should also set your work in the context of previous research, citing relevant references. Introductions should expand on highly specialized terms and abbreviations used in the article to make it accessible for readers.
  12. Materials and Methods

  13. This section should provide sufficient details of the experiment, simulation, statistical test or analysis carried out to generate the results so that the method can be repeated by another researcher.
  14. Results

  15. The results section should detail the main findings and outcomes of your study. You must include tables only to improve shortness or where the information cannot be given adequately in other ways such as histograms or graphs. Tables should be numbered in sequence and should reflect the same in the text by number (Table 1, etc.).Each table should have a caption which should be as concise as possible and also need to be explanatory.
  16. Discussion

  17. This part should discuss the significance of the study and the results and then compare using relevant references with the previous work.
  18. Conclusion

  19. This section should be used to highlight the novelty and significance of the work, and any plans for future relevant work.
  20. Acknowledgments

  21. This section gives an opportunity to thank people who helped with the study or preparation of the paper for authors. This includes persons, funding agency, funding sources etc….
  22. Conflicts of Interest

  23. All authors and co-authors need to disclose a conflict of interest if any while submitting their article (e.g. employment, consulting fees, research contracts, stock ownership, patent licenses, honoraria, advisory affiliations, etc).
  24. References

  25. A reference should give your reader enough information to locate the article concerned and should consist of: author name(s) and initials, year of publication, the title of the journal or book,the volume number, for books: the town of publication and the name of the publisher and finally the article number or page numbers.
  26. Where there are up to five authors, all authors’ names should be given in the reference list. Where there are more than five authors, only the first name should appear, followed by et al.

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