“Imagination is more important than intelligence. If you can imagine it, you can build it”, said Albert Einstein. With VR, every kid can get the power of imagination, and hence they can enable it and build it. Its sure to revolutionize learning with help of Virtual Reality.

Education is the pillar for a living and thriving society, and the transition of education and knowledge has been a top-most priority for nations since the beginning of humanity. People are eagerly and regularly looking for better ways to transfer knowledge more easily, quickly, and effectively. In the era of digitization, we have an opportunity to enable faster and result-oriented learning with technology. Virtual Reality (VR) is undoubtly to be the next evolution in the education. In this article, we will discuss how virtual reality can transform the school education for kids.

” VR and AR are going to drive the next generation of tech innovation in the coming future. From entertainment to learning you are going find this tech everywhere. “

Mark Zuckerberg
CEO, Facebook

VR Classrooms – more intellectual & realistic

Teaching the class in VR is among the best ways to improve experiental learning and to mimic their interests in learning and subjects. There have been few demo and test projects going on, that included children having the ability to learn regular school subjects with virtual reality and the results so far are phenomenal and above expectations. In this case, not only are students more engaged and interested in their learning materials, but they have shown more efforts into their assigned tasks, that signals of their active enthusiasm.

Eliminate Language Barriers – more intellect

Language differences are still a very significant challenge for many students that may not be able to understand the material and have severe difficulties with assignments. This barrier has a direct influence over their performance and learning. With VR, language translation is a very applicable feature that could easily be built and integrated with visuals. This will enable VR classrooms to be experienced and learnt in any language which will eliminate the language barriers.

Game Based Learning – learn with fun

Students love games, universal truth! Even seniors and adults enjoy playing games. With schools, the problem is that it is considered boring for any age. Even high-school, university and post-grad students complain about lengthy lectures, quite labs, and other parts of their education as in assignments, homeworks, etc. Virtual reality gives educationist the uniform and unique ability to demonstrate learning to technology and improve their level of engagement that students have on a regular basis.