Textbooks and video are out, and VR is in.
Vobling AB will be developing multiple experiences for the train company.
The software allows practising surgeons to perform simulated medical procedures.
Steve Bambury talks developing apps for education.
Guest writer Martin Lansard, CEO of Cambodia-based firm Aniwaa explains how VR is playing a role in a country determined to move forward.
The Intel Tech Learning Lab will give students and educators around the USA access to cutting-edge VR technology.
Robert Currie discusses the mobile phone's role in education, and how thanks in part to AR and VR it should now be considered a top tool.
Kevin E finishes off his thoughts on John Carmack's OC5 keynote and touches on the situation at Upload too.
The Freshman Convocation at West Texas A&M University will be addressed by Sarah Jones of Birmingham City University.
Steve Bambury of VirtualiTeach and JESS Dubai discusses the 'why' of integrating high-end VR in schools.