Education Virtual Reality EU-CSR Conference

Without a doubt, this is one of the most exciting pieces of news this week. Education Virtual Reality heading into the classroom. Soon, the less interactive and the boring class lessons class will be over. Kudos to VR innovation!

On November 24th, Samsung had the opportunity to showcase what the Galaxy VR could do at the European Pact for Youth conference organized by CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Europe and the European Commission.

Several companies were represented. But Samsung boasts of being the only one asked to demonstrate a solution for how immersive technology can be used in education.

Here are some strategic considerations paving away for Samsung as a key player for Education Virtual Reality innovation.

Collaboration for education

The Korean tech giant has invested efforts into the European Pact for Youth initiative. This movement was intended to unite delegates from across business, education and the European Union to battle youth unemployment in Europe, throughout the previous three years.

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Samsung has been preparing teachers and creating doors for students to explore and learn exciting new digital skills of today. Therefore, they are a key player in empowering further business and education collaborations in Europe through its CSR Europe membership program.

An exciting new way of learning

Galaxy VR science lesson demonstrated at the conference was yet another case of how Samsung is rethinking VR innovation. The aim is to integrate Education Virtual Reality into classrooms.

This science lesson was developed by Samsung Germany and Cornelsen, a supplier of instructive media in Germany. It is poised to be an immersive material, and will take students past the limits of their science textbooks directly into the human body itself.

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The lesson was straightforward yet effective. A tablet with data on scientific principles was given to one student. The other student was given striking animations of organs and biological processes using the Galaxy VR. Sadly though, there was no video of the lesson released.

“Studying biology through the Gear VR was a very cool and new experience,” said one of the students, after experiencing a lesson with VR for the first time. “I’ve never tried anything like it before,” she continued. “It felt much easier and more fun to learn, and most of all, it was easy to understand because I saw it with my own eyes.”

When presented with the possibility of studying with immersive technology on a regular basis, the student’s response was: “I want to use VR in my class to study as soon as possible!”

Education Virtual Reality from success stories

Samsung is already ahead of the game. There are more than 1,300 Smart Classrooms and 65 Tech Institutes flagged off. These programs have benefited over 400,000 students since 2013. Such accounts, be that as it may, don’t talk so boisterously as the stories behind them.

Motivating accounts from instructors and students well on their way are important to Samsung. They are the tech pioneers of tomorrow! Samsung is arguably motivated to continue innovating into quality education, to say the least.

Soon be able to bring your VR headset to class, after playing an immersive game at home with your PlayStation. But imagine a fully stuffed classroom where everybody has a VR on their head – weird! Go Education Virtual Reality!

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