Imagine…

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

VR Schools can currently:

Support up to 15 students and one teacher in a class, with a whiteboard and slide shows.

Provide access to these classes using only a smartphone, Internet connection and Goggles VR headset.

We are working towards:

Taking the students on class tours under the ocean… into space… to a nuclear power plant… through the human body…

Interactive simulations of laboratories… workshops… vehicles… scientific equipment…

NewVR Schools…

… is the latest product in our initiative to “Educate Africa with VR”.

Teach as you would in a physical classroom. Students can join from anywhere over the Internet. VR Schools has whiteboard, slide show and audio support.

Up to 15 students in a class. Students can ask questions of the teacher.

Virtual reality gives you the sense of actually being in a classroom.

Students can join in VR or with a PC.

Call Richard at +27 (0) 83 733 5133 for more information.

Virtual reality is a completely new medium

unlike video or anything else

Ways VR is different…

  1. VR is intuitive
  2. VR is immersive

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.

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 are memorable.

Once VR Schools is set up, it is easy to teach in it and easy for students to join a class.

Intuitive, immersive, memorable. Easy to use for teachers and students.