VR in education
Have you ever wondered how to motivate students and make lessons more exciting and memorable?
That’s where VR comes. Using Virtual Reality for education is a completely innovative way how the knowledge is delivered to student and it leaves far behind the learning process that we used to know.
Virtual Reality is s great tool to increase pupils’ engagement and curiosity into learning, it takes them into the virtual world - real or created. It allows not only to see but also to experience and interact. It provides many emotions, so that VR makes education fun and kids will love to learn more and more!
With VR you can showcase your students every place on Earth, give the class in Colosseum in ancient Rome, take your students around the Pyramids in Giza and tell about ancient Egyptian culture and history. It’s an incredible opportunity to take virtual Milky Way walk, step on the Moon, discover how life on various Planets look like, and “on the way back to the classroom“ you can see how Earth looks from the space. All of these you can experience now without even moving from a school building.
Boring museums tours?
Virtual Reality has great potential in museums exhibitions, it provides an opportunity to walk down castle rooms, see old, historical buildings, view antique artworks, and even interact with them. It’s a great solution especially for museums or galleries that are hard to visit in real life, or are constantly crowded.
More and more museums decide to give visitors an unusual chance to interact with expositions, which fosters curiosity and enhance the impressions.
Louvre- the most visited museum in the world uses VR to give visitors immersive experience to interact with the most famous painting - Mona Lisa painted by Leonardo da Vinci. Thanks to it visitors are able not only to see it but also to be “within the universe of painting”, see the whole body of Mona Lisa and see her from every perspective!
As you can see, Virtual Reality is an excellent tool to learn and discover the world by making it fun.