After listening to VR pundits talk from GDC these are three takeaways about the state of VR that could help the education space.
Immersive VR Education’s new program, Lecture VR, is a great step toward virtual reality classrooms. Teachers can lead students through immersive environments while lecturing, and students can be anywhere in the world.
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