The Czech Technical University (CTU) and Smichov Secondary Technical School, both located in Prague, CZ, deeply believe in Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality as the most innovative technologies that will soon improve the learning experience in the classroom and, further, the quality of life.
Martin Kotek, President of AVRAR, the Czech Association for Virtual and Augmented Reality, is perfectly aware of this: “It has been predicted that within 2 or 3 years virtual reality will become the killer technology which will start conquering the world” and, for this reason, he is helping many institutes in Czech Republic to implement Mixed Reality in their classrooms to be ready when these technologies will be definitely affirmed.
In the following video, you can experience the Virtual and Augmented Reality Educational and Research Lab opened in the Czech Technical University (CTU), equipped – in collaboration with Microsoft – with 15 Windows Acer Mixed Reality Headsets and Acer Predator laptops: “I believe that VR is helping to get student involved more and more, which enables them to remember more things while finding learning in the virtual reality attractive” said Vojtech Mrazek from Acer.
Watch the video to discover more about the experience of these Czech students with the amazing Windows Acer Mixed Reality Headset!
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