February 22nd 2017: Ed Scoop.
Students can get to places previously inaccessible — for example, inside of a whale — thanks to a virtual reality and augmented reality platform called Lifeliqe.
The platform, developed by a San Francisco-based company, has been lauded by teachers from Alta Vista School, a progressive, independent school in the Bay area. Last summer, the company announced a strategic partnership with HTC to provide virtual educational reality content for Vive, a VR system. That’s on top of its partnerships with iOS and Windows 10.
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