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Watch: The Party – a Virtual Experience of Autism
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Watch: The Party – a Virtual Experience of Autism

We’re pretty big fans of UK-based The Guardian, through their 360VR Creations. Every single one has touched on an interesting & important topic. We just happen to have written a story about them just two weeks ago, as they gave away nearly 100,000 VR headsets to celebrate their VR App update. UK’s The Guardian Celebrates the…

InstaVR Introduces “Guided Co-Viewing”, a sort of Tour Guide for Virtual Reality Experiences
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InstaVR Introduces “Guided Co-Viewing”, a sort of Tour Guide for Virtual Reality Experiences

In a nutshell, InstaVR is a web-based service that allows you to create basic 360VR Apps, which can be used as demos/mock-up. The service allows novice VR Content Creators publish apps on all the major platforms: Gear VR, Google Daydream, Oculus Store, Vive, iOs, Android, and WebVR. They also have a Pro and an Enterprise offering,…

VIDEO: Ross University School of Medicine uses VR Tours to Attract Top Med Students
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VIDEO: Ross University School of Medicine uses VR Tours to Attract Top Med Students

Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) is a private international medical school in Portsmouth, Dominica. It was founded in 1978, with its main campus located in the Commonwealth of Dominica, and separate administrative bases in Iselin, New Jersey and Miramar, Florida in the United States. It is owned by Adtalem Global Education Inc., formerly DeVry…

VIDEO: See how MondlyVR uses Virtual Reality and AI to Teach you 30+ Languages
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VIDEO: See how MondlyVR uses Virtual Reality and AI to Teach you 30+ Languages

The Mondly Language App won the Facebook App of the Year Award, and has been nominated for multiple others, having received praise for its 20+ million downloads. This past February, ATi Studios launched MondlyVR, a first-of-its-kind language experience for Google’s Virtual Reality platforms Daydream and Cardboard. MondlyVR allows people to take part in life-like conversations with virtual…

Google announces Chrome Officially WebVR Ready, and more
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Google announces Chrome Officially WebVR Ready, and more

Google‘s philosophy has always been clear: to Democratize Virtual Reality, making it accessible to as many as possible. Their very first VR Product, the Google Cardboard, is tangible proof of this. Their VR Motto is “VR For All“, and the tech giant has been one of (if not “the”) the Champions of the platform aimed…

Good News: All Public High Schools in Arkansas to Receive Facebook VR Kits
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Good News: All Public High Schools in Arkansas to Receive Facebook VR Kits

Facebook has decided to expand an existing partnership with the Arkansas Department of Education and now plans to bring virtual reality (VR) education to every public high school in the state. The original Arkansas Facebook and Techstart Partnership was announced earlier this year and entailed donating 500 VR kits to about 250 schools, educational co-ops…

WATCH: A Planet Ruled By Love – Made in Tilt Brush y 2nd & 3rd graders
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WATCH: A Planet Ruled By Love – Made in Tilt Brush y 2nd & 3rd graders

In 2015, 826 Valencia —an organization that helps under-resourced students develop their writing skills—won a Google.org Impact Challenge grant to expand their programs in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. After receiving the grant, 826 turned to a group of volunteer Googlers to figure out how to use technology to amplify students’ voices. The result was a story about a “planet ruled…