A selling point for VR is to incorporate into the classroom of the world.

Can you picture children learning algebra or STEM related issues in the 4th grade or learning how to build bridges.

I think VR will offer the technology to get students excited and most of all motivated to focus more on how cool math and science and engineering could be if they can see it live or in a virtual world.

On the other end of the spectrum,. baby boomers can experience VR in the supermarkets too learning about food, making dinner and engaging with others, — not being the same place but the same place in a virtual reality setting.

VR offers so much potential I hope the world is ready to embrace it. I am.

For more about how VR can impact the classroom check out this article.

http://virtualr.me/will-virtual-reality-inspire-innovation-in-the-classroom/

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