Virtual and Artificial Reality

With our business and personal lives moving to the digital environment, it makes sense that education — from elementary school through to college, trade schools, and professional development courses — will also migrate to a more technologically focused model. And that includes the influence that virtual and augmented reality will wield in the classroom over the next decade.

Virtual reality is an interactive digital environment, while augmented reality projects digital images or text against a viewer’s real surroundings. Mixed reality is a combination of the two.

Revolutionize the Classroom

Today’s education environment is increasingly offering immersive experiences that help children, teens, and adults truly enjoy the process of learning. Plus, these technologies can help certain students learn more effectively than traditional classroom methods by overcoming language barriers and accommodating visual learners.

Using Cases for Enhanced Learning Experiences

AR and VR have been shown to improve motor skills, enhance imaginative play, thinking, and inspire learning through gamification. This gives room for critical thinking skills to real-world problems by enabling students see how to take these skills with them into the workplace and makes what they are learning more relevant to them.

Experience different careers first-hand.

Students can see life through the eyes of a surgeon, museum curator, soldier, or other professional fields for a better picture of what life in that role would look like.

Create Your own VR content.

We engage students creatively by encouraging them to create their own three dimensional experience to showcase their imagination.

Discover other uses of VR

Research how virtual reality is used as a tool in some industries to help students develop an understanding of the technology and its future in business.

Explore VR integrationed in subject areas.

Due to the fact that it’s relatively new in terms of accessibility, there’s untold potential in using virtual reality as an educational conduit, making it an exciting option for teachers and students alike.

Promote curiosity and wonder.

The immersive nature of virtual reality brings depth to educational content by engaging the senses and allowing exploration to a degree that would be difficult to duplicate within the confines of a classroom, making it an ideal catalyst for curiosity and true learning.