Google launched Expeditions back in 2016, primarily designed to work with Google Cardboard. The premise being that teachers could act as a Guide and take the students (explorers) on a virtual field trip, whilst remaining in the comfort of the classroom (read more here). Some schools and colleges struggled to get Expeditions working on their … Continue reading Try Solo Google Expeditions
"VR is an immersive medium. It creates the sensation of being entirely transported into a virtual (or real, but digitally reproduced) three-dimensional world, and it can provide a far more visceral experience than screen-based media" - Oculus (best practices) Keen to explore the educational benefits of Virtual Reality (VR), the following equipment was purchased: ASUS ROG … Continue reading An introduction to Virtual Reality in Education, using Oculus Rift
Funded from Kickstarter.com, the Virtuali-Tee is a garment worn, that can be scanned by a device, to provide immersive human body exploration. Download the free Curiscope Virtuali-tee app from your app store; Although initially free, the app comes with in app purchases to unlock the full experience. Try out the app at https://www.curiscope.com/virtualitee_preview/. Then buy … Continue reading Try the Virtuali-Tee for teaching anatomy
So, you have downloaded the Google Expeditions app; Google Expeditions is a fantastic classroom tool, but did you know that you do not have to use it with Google cardboard, or other VR headsets? Users (explorers) who are following a Google Expedition can switch between an immersive VR view or a 360 mobile view, … Continue reading Use Google Expeditions without the headset.
Explore over 200 immersive virtual trips using google expeditions. Download from the app store via: "Google Expeditions is a virtual reality teaching tool that lets you lead or join immersive virtual trips all over the world — get up close with historical landmarks, dive underwater with sharks, even visit outer space! Built for the classroom and … Continue reading ‘Bring your lessons to life’ using Google Expeditions