After working with the Cube by Merge VR last year during an internship I finally got to try out a few of its published apps. I and some colleagues played with the Cube, using only our smartphones, and then tried the same experiences in VR with a Google Cardboard. The number of...
Recently I had the opportunity to share Google Expeditions with 12 high-schoolers in a summer tech camp. This is not the first time I’ve led a group through using Google Expeditions so I knew that there would probably be some technical glitches. True to form, there were troubles for students...
Unimersiv is one of the first VR-dedicated learning platforms that was released on Samsung’s Gear VR and the Oculus Rift. For some reason, I kept putting off my review of it for some time but now that its on Cardboard and Daydream I figured I’d better get on it. Overall,...
In some long awaited news, Google has finally released Google Expeditions and the Cardboard Camera app on iTunes. Finally, what seems like a vast majority of public schools and their teachers can now access the wonders of virtual field trips. Yes, there are already apps like Nearpod that are out on...
Google Expeditions is now open to the public so any teacher can try their hand at leading a field trip in virtual reality.
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