April 8th 2017: VRFocus.
Visual learning platform Lifeliqe has begun working with Microsoft to bring mixed-reality educational applications to classrooms.
Lifelique is using its 3D applications to teach lessons in the circulatory system and electronegativity to children in US schools from grades six to twelve. The company had previously launched its content on the HTC Vive. Students at Renton Prep in Seattle and Castro Valley Unified College in California have been able to take part in the pilot program and were some of the first to experience the HoloLens content during a science lesson.
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