February 2nd 2016: UploadVR.
Virtual reality can be a gateway to spaces and interactions that would otherwise be out of reach in normal circumstances, and two science teachers at Alta Vista School in San Francisco, Lizz Klammer and Toni Setteducato, took advantage of the technology for their classrooms and shared their findings.
“Learning comes to life at the moment the VR headset is placed on the student’s head,” the teachers observed in a document developed in partnership with Lifeliqe, creators of a VR curriculum they used. “Students will find themselves comfortably strolling through ancient ruins, peering into the animal cell or floating in space with an astronaut on the International Space Station.”
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