With the recent release of Oculus Rift, gamers are getting excited about the presence of virtual reality in their homes. But have you ever considered how different your school days might have been if this kind of technology had been available in your classroom? Well, that’s something that Hope Education has been thinking about too…
Hope Education – a leading supplier of educational supplies in the UK – has developed this engaging tool, designed to show us what the Classroom of the Future is going to look like. From virtual reality corners to dedicated programming workspaces, it’s exciting to know that new-wave technology is going to play a central part in teaching our children and grandchildren. Solar energy producing windows, interactive boards, personalised tablets and 3D printers…it all looks like a fantastic leap forward.
Provided by Hope Education
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