Tag Archives: VR

Does VR Have a Place in EdTech?

Having a good look at a new (virtual) reality for students in the classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by Monica Burns Over the past few weeks I’ve had a handful of conversations with influencers, educators, and developers who are exploring Virtual … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Technology Evangelist

Or, how AR and VR will (really) transform education to create a meaningful future. GUEST COLUMN | by Todd Richmond I was recently asked to give a keynote talk on virtual, augmented and mixed reality (VAMR) for a group of … Continue reading

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An EdTech First: LiveEdu “ICO”

The future is already here and is now appearing in the edtech sector: this month, LiveEdu, a privately-held San Francisco based educational video streaming company, is launching a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. The main goal behind the campaign is to collect premium tutorial … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | SketchFab

Here’s an online community that publishes and shares 3D content online and in virtual reality (VR). With a community of more than half of a million content contributors, SketchFab is among the world’s largest platforms for 3D content online, including subjects … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | 2VR

When 2VR was originally invented, the primary focus was mobility, yet as time passes, its significance begins to morph into something more. It becomes about access to information at any moment, anywhere you are. Today, our students have a wealth … Continue reading

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AR/VR’s Impact on Academia

Examining an emerging technology that could drastically alter the education experience.  GUEST COLUMN | by Todd Richmond Today, VR/AR serves as the newest technology that presents a tremendous opportunity to impact educators and their students. In fact, 36% of respondents … Continue reading

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