Virtual Reality is a fascinating way to travel using nothing more than the power of technology. With a headset and motion tracking, VR lets you look around a virtual space as if you’re actually there. More than a novel gaming device, VR allows you to travel to previously inaccessible locations and explore concepts virtually.
Users are quick to want to engage with this exciting medium and in return, receive an immersive experience. When users are engaged with VR, they are involved in an active learning environment. As compared to a passive learning situation, such as a lecture, users are better able to recall learning accrued through VR. This can be extremely beneficial for users by providing and opportunity to explore restricted or difficult to access areas, such as a coral reef or to understand the complexities of scientific concepts. Another large benefit to VR is the ability to surpass empathetic distance by placing the user within a situation. This is particularly beneficial for historical learning.
Talk to us today about ways you can incorporate VR learning into your educational programming.
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