VR in education and training

VR has been making its way into education, with a growing number of startups and established companies offering full-service experiences and services aimed at schools.

Many platforms are used by Facebook, HTC and the European Commission to enable distance learning. These new methods of teaching and learning will become increasingly effective as new technologies emerge.

One type capable of creating waves is the Teslasuit, which uses a full-body suit to provide haptic feedback, enhancing immersion through touch. The suit has been used in NASA astronaut training, but its potential uses are unlimited.

For training, it can be used to safely simulate any number of dangerous or stressful conditions and monitor how we react to them.

Do you want to create your own VR Education or Training app? Get in touch!

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