Because VR has the unique ability to transport the learner into locations and time periods and even realms they normally don’t have access to, they automatically understand the core of the lesson on a deeper level. Reading about the Victorian era cannot be compared to actually taking a walk down a London street in the 19th century.
As a result of this completely immersive experience, VR learners can retain the new information for longer. They might even get excited about visiting new places and historical moments and even playing around with 3D objects!
The 3D visualization is a major component of VR education, where the learner can easily construct an idea or a concept by using 3D models. What better way to describe how a diesel engine works or what a sugar molecule looks like?
The fact is that studying from a textbook is slowly becoming obsolete and that these groundbreaking technologies are paving the way to new forms of education.
And amidst all that, the Immersive4Learning platform even goes a step further.