Free logo branding of Goggles VR glasses for orders of 30 or more.

Use these apps with a Goggles VR headset and a smartphone for fun, engaging virtual reality learning experiences for your students.

Google Arts & Culture – VR tours of museums, galleries and other places of interest. Open the app, then search for “VR” to see a list of content available.

Sites in VR – High resolution VR panoramas of places of interest around the world. Categories include countries, cities, mosques, towers, inns, space and nature.

YouTube – 360 and 3D VR videos. There are dedicated VR video channels with thousands of user created VR videos of entertaining and educational content covering a multitude of subjects.

Mozaik3D – Top quality interactive animated educational VR content on lots of subjects. This is a great educational VR tool but only a limited amount of content is available for free. If you want more, you need to pay.

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Imagine

…students instantly joining a class from anywhere and being IN the class, not just watching it.

VR Schools is our multi-user, multi-platform, join-a-class-from-anywhere virtual reality classroom system.

VR Schools currently supports:

Up to 15 students and one teacher in a class

Whiteboard and slide shows

Full audio support

Access classes via PC, PC VR or smartphone VR.

We are working towards:

Taking the students on class tours, for example, under the ocean, into space or through the human body.

Pulling animated 3D lesson material into the virtual classroom.

Streaming video support so the teacher has a virtual video projector in class.

Teach Africa with VR

…is our moonshot, an inspirational goal to use the amazing power of virtual reality for education in Africa.

Our aim is to make quality education accessible to anyone who has access to a smartphone.

Through simulation students can have experiences that would otherwise be completely out of reach. Teachers can teach across a continent.

As of 2020 there are 240 million connected smartphones in sub Saharan Africa. Phones that enable participation in lessons in VR mode, in magic window mode or at least by streaming video.

This technology presents an opportunity to change the world for the better.

You can help to open doors and expand horizons for 1.3 billion people.

Teach Africa with VR

VR is different

to video or any other medium

Ways VR is different…

  1. VR is immersive
  2. VR is intuitive

Immersive means that VR feels like a physical space where you are present.

  • Experiences in VR are something you do rather than something you watch.
  • Experiences in VR make use of spatial memory to make them memorable.

Intuitive means that the user can interact in simple ways with the virtual space. If the space is well designed, there is a very short learning curve.

  • Virtual reality is hands-on. High end VR systems give you hands in the virtual world, hands you can use to do things.

Immersive, intuitive, memorable. Easy to use for teachers and students.

Why virtual reality?

VR opens up fantastic educational possibilities including…

Visit unreachable places like inside the human body or the surface of Mars.

Spatial memory increases retention by matching environments to lesson material.

Increase the reach of teachers through telepresence and shared virtual spaces.

Simulate scarce resources like workshops, laboratories, museums, vehicles, tools and classrooms in software at low or no cost.

Explore new forms of creativity like painting in three dimensions or playing impossible instruments.