VIRTUAL REALITY LAB
“VR is perfect for kids who are thriving in the virtual environment. It offers them a way to gain physical presence. They can go for a walk together, visit an art gallery together, go to the movies and so on and so on.” – Ramon Hamilton, VR Developer, Facilitator
Would your learner/learners be interested in attending a weekly Virtual Reality Lab hosted by WorldOver International (another Maker Learning School)? Lab activities include games, socialization, and exploring WorldOver’s unique VR space — which consists of a nature center, art gallery, movie theater, classrooms, coloring room, and more. The VR Lab is an excellent way for learners to experience the innovative possibilities of virtual reality in an educational setting and help shape the future design of the VR space.
Some things to consider:
- Each learner would need to purchase a VR headset. The base version of the required headset is the Oculus Quest 2, 128GB version.
- To use the headsets, each user will also be required to have their own Facebook account. If the user does not have one, a parent account can be used. Alternatively, you can create a new account to be used just for the VR headset. Headsets are directly activated via those Facebook accounts, and there is no workaround at the moment.
WorldOver is excited to offer this opportunity to our learners — if there is enough interest. Please provide contact information to WorldOver and your children’s names and ages. Let’s see if we can make this happen! Send WorldOver an email (email@example.com) and they will be in touch with your family.