Centre VR immersed Poole High School students in underwater virtual reality, introducing new ways of teaching STEM.
The day dedicated to STEM enrichment and how virtual reality can provide a new dimension in STEM learning started with a presentation from Centre VR Founder and Managing Director Colin Parnell. Colin took the group through the history of virtual reality and its applications across different industries, closing out with what the future hold for VR.
After the presentation, Poole High School dove deep into maritime VR titles, seeing them explore the underwater mysteries of our oceans, photographing the diverse marine life. An activity that instilled an excellent sense of our fragile ocean.
Then the students kayaked down a gorgeous river and flew around the globe on Google Earth: exploring our vast ecological systems and human societies!
Everyone participated so well and was open to the many virtual reality learning experiences that they were rewarded with free time to play some top VR games, like All Sports, Beat Saber, and Job Simulator.
This event was part of Centre VR's push towards attracting students to virtual reality across the UK over the summer. Centre VR believes it important to introduce the young of Britain to virtual and augmented reality. Otherwise, they will be left behind the changes already occurring.
Because virtual and augmented reality is a new technology transforming not just how we play, but how we socialise, shop, and work. And Centre VR is at the forefront of this digital evolution, ready to welcome new franchisees to their network, becoming part of the biggest VR centres in Europe.
The Poole High School students just discovered the innovative methods that VR can teach and communicate STEM, giving them both an experience they won't forget and leaving a lasting impression about our fragile ecological world. And if you want to be part of delivering such experiences, click "REQUEST INFORMATION" to start your VR franchising journey today!
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