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Developing ARVR technology for education system

ARIVR VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGIES PRIVATE LIMITED has been working on Incorporating Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Technologies in the current Education System in an Inexpensive and Exciting form maintaining social distancing precautions.

To understand their vision, you will have to understand the perception initially. Imagine if the children can learn Education Syllabus through the interface of AR/VR where they feel like they are inside the classroom with all the study material in 3d versions in front of him/her, for instance, if they are learning about a monument, they would be able to see the Taj Mahal in front of them in a 360-degree view with all the necessary descriptions in text and images. Similarly with Mathematics, Chemistry Experiments without having to undergo any risks or breakages. For Biology Plants and Animals, dissections can be done digitally more easily, language teaching would be more exciting with videos and animated graphics. ARIVR can provide that assurance without any risks, also their examinations will be conducted without distractions through this interface virtually and orally under the supervision of Teachers.

ARIVR intends to provide these students with AR/VR hardware at an inexpensive affordable price and an exuberant approach making Education more thrilling. This technology will allow access through an application into mobiles/desktops/laptops/tablets for easy accessibility to the subject according to their grades and subject matter individually from their venue which would even emphasize safety during current pandemic times and continue learning without any hassles.

What is Virtual Reality?

Virtual Reality is a simulated experience that places the user in a virtual environment that they can interact with. It allows users to visit imaginary worlds or places that may be impossible to visit in real life. There are two key characteristics of virtual reality that make it different: the ability to experience and interact.

This gives the user a sense of complete immersion within the simulation as it involves the senses. It makes it more believable and engaging for the user. This considered VR has been proven to be a powerful resource that can aid conventional learning methods.

The Benefits of AR in Education:

AR’s relative seamlessness of digital objects within the “real world” encourages interactivity and engagement. It maximizes students’ ability to spend their time learning curricular subjects while minimizing the time spent learning how to use the new tech.

In addition, as discussed in Stanford News on VR’s applications within the classroom and “the effect of the body’s actions on the mind,” AR can also inspire empathy in an individual. It offers two-dimensional methods of presenting information versus the traditional one-dimension. This combination of interactivity and engagement with emotion, in turn, could enhance the ability of students to remember what they’ve learned– and lead to faster acquisition of information and skills.

Therefore, AR provides students with opportunities to deepen their knowledge within several areas, including:

  • Reading
  • Working with numbers
  • Spatial concepts
  • Playing
  • Content creation
  • Real-life environments & scenarios

This can include everything from field trips to exposure to training within different professions.

When combined with assignments involving teamwork, AR similarly helps provide new opportunities for students to learn how to communicate and collaborate. It could potentially also be the same technologies they will use in the workforce later.

When adopting AR there is also no need for a complete curriculum overhaul: it can be even more effective in supplementing current pedagogical materials by simply adding more contextual experiences. It can be used to just stimulate interest and discussion in different subject areas and be the basis for class activities.

Virtual Reality in Education & Training:

The benefits of VR in education and training are being discovered. Humans learn by interacting. They derive and retain information from their environment. Virtual reality-based learning provides an immersive teaching method that allows users to interact with environments around them. Memory retention increases when learning through interactivity. Abstract concepts or situations that no longer exist can be experienced through VR, opening many possibilities that did not previously exist.


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