Virtual, Mixed and Augmented realities (Virtual Reality VR is the collective term for these technologies) will revolutionise the way we learn in the years to come. Whether it be visualisations or simulations, kinaesthetic learning will undertake significant enhancements through the use of new VR tools.
This will manifest itself in a myriad of ways that are almost hard to contemplate right now. However, consider children making a museum visit in VR or sick adults learning to self-treat themselves via VR simulations.
These uses of the technology take on greater importance when you consider that early research is suggesting VR significantly enhances user engagement, recall and understanding.
If significant improvements can be delivered to our children’s academic performance or patient healthcare outcomes, VR could turn out to be one of the 21st century’s most revolutionary educational tools.
Benefits of a fully immersive, educational VR experience
- Optimises the visual approach to learning
- Allows simulated interactions to enhance learning experience
- Research suggests significantly enhanced engagement, recall and understanding
- Quicker learning curve that can reduce costs.
If you have a project that requires a higher level of educational experience, set us the challenge to develop a VR solution.