Editor’s note: This is a small study but it is interesting to see that learning using VR fared no better than other forms of learning in this experiment. Thanks to Stephen Downes for sharing.
Editor’s note: VR is transforming lesson time for children in the US. Could this be the future of classroom-based training in the workplace? Clearly there will be some use cases for technical skills.
“VR journalism should focus on storyliving, not storytelling” and other insights from Google’s new VR study
Editor’s note: There are some interesting nuggets in here for L&D folk. In particular, the way in which storytelling changes in VR – the narrative develops with you as an active participant. That is fundamentally different to storytelling as we do it now.
Here are our edited Twitter highlights from the Chat2Lrn Twitter chat on virtual reality. [View…