Virtual Reality Modules Made for Education
Virtual Reality refers to a simulated environment created with the use of computer technology. Unlike conventional user interfaces, which show the user an experience, VR places the user inside an experience. VR users are immersed into a three-dimensional world that they can interact with in numerous ways.
The most integral component of VR technology today is the Head-Mounted Display (HMD). To ensure a completely immersive VR experience, VR portals incorporate environmental sounds and accurate spatial characteristics. VR technology aims to create a totally immersive sensory experience, so that users interact with the VR environment as they would in the real world.
The use of Virtual Reality in the education sector makes learning more life-like, making knowledge retention and application of the subject matter easier. As VR simulates real-world environments, students can learn, test their learning and interact with subject matter experts—all within the VR portal. For students with learning challenges, VR is a revolutionary new medium of deeply immersive, hands-on learning.
Virtual Reality has opened up a multitude of exciting new possibilities across a wide range of industries, from the automotive sector to the military. More and more industries are using VR simulations for training, running safety trials, and even designing products. This reduces costs and saves time, while providing a secure, immersive and realistic environment for their employees and users.