The potential for computers in school lies beyond writing reports and surfing the Internet. Today’s computers and software are capable of creating innovative activities that simplify, reduce cost and even enable completely new types of learning experiences. With the addition of virtual reality, computer learning can become lifelike. Activities might involve the dissection of frogs, modeling simple molecules or experimenting with Newtonian physics. However, the use of VR head-mounted displays pose issues with hygiene, safety and expensive equipment damage. PolarScreens’ holographic display can be used for all types of virtual reality experiences all while ensuring student safety and a focus on learning.
Public learning exhibits in science centers and museums can similarly benefit from the virtual reality experience without having to clean equipment between people or risk damage. A person just needs to stand in front of the display to experience the virtual objects leading to a more in-depth and engaging learning experience.
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