Virtual learning space - add another dimension
Virtual and augmented reality allows students to become more familiar with the subject matter and to better understand things that are harder to imagine. Until recently, 3D labs were only seen in the R&D facilities of industrial giants or in universities. Thanks to technical advances in quality and price, labs are appearing in vocational high schools and colleges, and now VR glasses are making their way into regular primary schools as well.
The 3D classroom works in the 'cinema' mode, where students wear 3D glasses and watch a specialised lecture accompanied by stereoscopically processed videos, photos or models. However, it also has an advanced 'immersive wall' mode where you can view a space or object in virtual reality in the same way as if it were in the real world.
You don't have to have a fully equipped 3D lab, you can even start more simply with ClassVR, a learning system designed specifically for teaching that uses both virtual and augmented reality. With a unique interface for students, built-in learning resources and simple controls for teachers, these VR glasses are an excellent advanced digital tool that can be used in all subjects.