VR stands for Virtual Reality and entails the use of sounds, pictures and data simulated videos to convince your brain that you are in another reality. The real world as you know it disappears and you are transported into a different one.

By using a VR headset, you can create a 360-degree experience where you don’t see nor hear the real world. What emerges instead is an interactive world where you can visit faraway places or immerse yourself in a fantasy world.

VR enables a whole new way to learn where the students become a part of a different world. All distraction, such as social media and texts, fall away and they can fully immerse themselves in learning. Students can study the subjects more closely, and observe things in a whole new way. Almost 83% of teachers say that VR increases engagement in class and results in better test scores.