VR is still disruptive for schools, but visitors to the BETT 2017 technology show will find an answer
Virtual reality technology is being targeted at classrooms as a way to enrich learning experience with walk-throughs of all kinds of scenarios. Even Google is flexing its marketing muscle with a free app and low-cost cardboard goggles (that require individual mobile phones) for its VR Google Expeditions.
But who in a school is going to manage it? Busy teachers? School edtech supplier Avantis is launching networked class sets of ClassVR headsets at the BETT 2017 educational technology to take the hassle out of this emerging technology