A company that sells an app allowing students to explore biological creatures, botanical compositions, machinery, environments and other entities has signed on with a virtual reality company to make those same interactive models available to its users. Lifeliqe is working with HTC Vive to take its models to the new headset that the latter company launched in April.
HTC Vive, co-developed by smartphone maker HTC and video game-maker Valve, allows people to experience immersive virtual activities. Likeliqe's models, which are vetted by experts in institutions such as Stanford University and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are currently available for use with Apple iPads and devices running Windows 8.1 and 10.
Researchers from New York University Shanghai and the University of Hong Kong discovered that playing action-based video games can strengthen a person's visual motor skills and possibly improve real-world skills such as driving.
Boys love anything with a screen! What’s on the screen engages them, rewards them and keeps them coming back for more.
Screens = pleasure.
What boys don’t love, especially 9- to 14-year-old boys, is reading and carrying books around with them.
Reading books = pain.
The logical conclusion: encourage boys to read on digital devices (ebook readers, iPads, smartphones). Unfortunately, many parents and educators find it difficult to embrace this idea because they believe:
Boys already spend too much time staring at screens “Real” reading only happens with a print book
With design work already starting on next-generation fighters for the 2040s, BAE Systems and the University of Glasgow are looking at a faster, cheaper way to produce unmanned air vehicles (UAV), where they aren't constructed, but grown in...
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