For many years, education has been a classical system with the teacher at the heart of learning. The system of learning has always been a secluded zone. At the beginning of the 1990’s, though, computers started to become common all around the world and the internet has changed the way of learning. E-learning systems were developed and over time the way of learning has included multidirectional communication for better understanding and faster learning.
Now we are living in an age of technology. Our lifestyle has become more interactive and more instant. We can never get enough information and are “ Googling” all the time. During the past few years, VR & AR have become more and more effective and companies have started to develop their own programmes. The new media (VR & AR) have specific zones for learning. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality help people learn faster by giving them a different experience than normal methods of learning. Immersion into VR is easy, which is very helpful for long-term memory. [Did I understand this correctly???]
What do Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality have to do with education?
VR & AR systems are useful from kindergarten to university. VR is an easy way for children to discover different places and cultures. It is equally helpful to understand Math, Geography and other fields of science.
What devices are useful for VR programmes?
Above all, the “Google Cardboards” VR headset is a very useful device for general VR education. There is also the “Oculus” headset available, which has a long history among learning devices.
A peek into the future.
The future is as bright as never before. It takes only a simple step to understand the power of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in education.
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