November 1st, 2016: The Learning Counsel.
Lifeliqe, a visual learning platform incorporating virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and interactive 3D content is partnering with Associate Professor Richard L. Lamb to further research on the effects of virtual reality on learning. Richard L. Lamb is the director of the Neurocognition Science Laboratory at University at Buffalo (see Bio).
“Virtual reality has been lacking some credible research background, and we are honored to cooperate with Richard Lamb to broaden it. I’m positive the research will reaffirm our hypothesis that VR is the way to go in terms of learning,” said Ondrej Homola, CEO of Lifeliqe. The research is planned to examine the changes in learning using virtual reality, but also effects of use of VR on children below 14, which is still controversial topic in dire need of deeper understanding. The research will also focus on children with special needs and within marginalized groups, also an area with urgent need of valid facts.
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