VictoryXR's Dissection Library is compatible with:
- HTC Vive
- Oculus Rift
- Windows Mixed Reality headsets
We currently sell Oculus Quest 2, Pico Neo 2 &3, HTC VIVE Focus Plus, HTC VIVE Focus 3, HP Reverb and Windows Mixed Reality.
Each VictoryXR curriculum unit comes with a specially designed Teacher Support Page that covers all of the contents within the unit. Our staff is always willing to give you a quick tutorial on the product or you can purchase an extended PD course for more in-depth knowledge.
If you already have VR in your school/organization, contact us (with the form on the right) and we will be happy to provide you with a free demo for one of the following systems: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Oculus Go, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets.
VXR.Direct is software for the PC that is initially downloaded and installed to your PC. After that, you can use the software to install to your PC for tethered headsets, or install directly to mobile headsets. You can download and install the software at our website. After installing, you can create your account and subscribe for a specified amount of time. More info can be found here.
Depending on which product and what type of hardware you have, we offer a variety of solutions. Our staff is happy to walk you through various options based on your needs and desired outcomes. Most of our products also come with a one-pager that highlights academic standards covered, overview of the lesson goals, and other pertinent lesson information.
To implement VXR.Direct:
Visit https://vxr.direct/install/ and follow the steps.
VXR.Direct works with both tethered AND mobile headsets.
- Accounts created and subscriptions made through VXR.Direct software itself.
- For tethered headsets, units installed directly to your PC and played through VXR.Direct or through your Start Menu
- PC units work with all tethered headsets: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and WMR.
- For mobile headsets, this is a brand new system to simplify the loading process. Works with multiple headsets at once.
- VXR.Direct will ONLY work on Windows PC. It will not work on Mac, Linux, or Virtual Machine.
To implement VictoryXR Academy:
Contact our sales department if you need guidance regarding VR headset requirements or pricing. They can help you assess your school’s current technology with what’s needed to bring our virtual academy to your staff and students.
You will need a strong internet connection—a must! There are also a variety of entry points into this virtual reality option for learning—very flexible! Students can join in VR headset (recommended), via PC, or most mobile phones. We offer live programming, as well as a full-scale variety of educational resources to include in your virtual classroom (e.g., 3D objects, custom learning environments, virtual field trips around the world—and much more!).
To implement any of our AR products:
Visit https://www.victoryxr.com/victoryxr-products/ar-products/ and select which product you would like to use in your classroom.
What is Virtual Reality?
Virtual Reality (VR) is the term used to describe a three-dimensional, computer generated environment which can be explored and interacted with by a person. That person becomes part of this virtual world or is immersed within this environment and whilst there, is able to manipulate objects or perform a series of actions.
VR is the most immersive learning opportunity that exists today. By putting on a headset, users are transported to any location – including some that can only exist in an imagination world – where they can learn from experts or experience places they may never get to visit in person. Unreachable places will no longer be impossible.
What is Augmented Reality?
Augmented reality (AR) is an interactive experience of a real-world environment where the objects in the real-world are “augmented” by computer modeled content information (think of the First Down line when you are watching a football game on TV or the faces you can add to a SnapChat picture/video)
While VR is a completely immersive experience that requires additional hardware, AR is an enhancing experience that takes advantage of the hardware you already have (a smartphone or tablet) to show information about an object overlaid in the real world. By simply flipping over a card in a card deck, you can view the Solar System in 3D or examine a Mars Rover from every angle.