Cybersickness affects more than half of those who use virtual reality experience to some degree. Here’s what educators need to know about cybersickness and how to prevent it.
Some new metaverse for education and VR tools that have recently caught the eye of award-winning educator Phil Hintz
Generative AI has stolen the metaverse’s thunder as the “it” technology of the moment. What does that mean for the future of immersive technology in the classroom?
Students can experience the best virtual field trips without getting on a bus, or even leaving their homes.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Indiana have had success using virtual reality simulations to teach students about career opportunities.
Proper planning can ensure an AR or VR lesson is a success, says immersive learning expert Jaime Donally.
Virtual reality can enhance educational experiences and is a powerful way to foster student engagement.
As the metaverse draws increasing attention, a team of leading researchers has put together an evidence-based guide for educators
Virtual reality is a powerful area of technological growth that's being used in education to change the way we teach.
Children’s use of virtual reality (VR) seemed to increase during lockdown but was most effective when incorporated with supporting materials that contextualized the VR experience.
Using virtual reality for an introductory computer class taught professor Cristina Lopes a lot about implementing VR for instruction
Lenovo™ is introducing its new portfolio of technology for education at the 40th annual Future of Education Technology Conference® (FETC) in Miami.
Google has recently announced it is scrapping its VR projects leaving educators questioning the place of this technology in the learning environment.
“This is a fantastic opportunity to bring our technology and approach to the most trusted and respected brand in education,” said Phil Birchinall, Managing Director at Inspyro.
The Looking Glass® Pro is designed for customers seeking a turnkey holographic display solution without the need for VR or AR headsets.
Even with the flashing lights of the fire apparatus showing in the video, we can visit the remains of the Cathedral of Notre Dame via this Digg video.