I’ve been asked to do a reader survey about what OpenSim viewers they use, what they like about them, and what they’d want to see fixed — so here it is. As usual, one random respondent will get a free virtual reality headset for their mobile phone.
David W. Deeds's insight:
Singularity's been doing it for me lately. How 'bout you?
V-Frog™ promises to deliver an educational experience comparable to conventional frog dissection, without incurring the many problems that a conventional dissection poses. V-Frog™ was developed through a competitive grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Fox apparently hopes to generate buzz for virtual reality and its upcoming film Alien: Covenant at this week's CES: It just announced plans to release a "virtual reality experience" for the film which David Karlak will direct and Ridley Scott will oversee as executive producer.
Virtual reality and robotics will become widely adopted in education in the next two to three years, and wearable devices are expected to become mainstream in the education space over the next four to five years, according to a recent report published by the New Media Consortium and the Consortium for School Networking.
Jala Group, a Chinese cosmetics company, has used 3D bioprinting technology to print artificial 'Asian skin,' complete with dermis and epidermis, that can be used to test cosmetics products for the Asian market.
Simulation-based learning allows us to play in a highly immersive environment that reflects aspects of the real world. In virtual simulations, we can explore and create with much lower stakes than we would encounter in the real world. Questions of “What if?” flourish in a virtual simulation as we create and experience new possibilities with increasing realism. With smartphones making access to virtual reality easier and easier, virtual simulations can now become part of place-based learning in the classroom.
When I was a kid, I treated my dog's birthday with all the seriousness that I believed I would one day treat the birthday of a child. I opened a can of wet food and plopped it on a plate, then stuck a rawhide stick in the middle of the foul-smelling cake to represent a candle - I figured h
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