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Virtual Reality Metaversity:
What You Need to Know about a Metacampus

A metaversity is a higher education university recreated as a digital twin utilizing virtual reality in the metaverse (or at least the early iteration of what will ultimately become a full, global metaverse).  This short YouTube video gives you a visual glimpse of a metaversity:

Morehouse College

Morehouse college, in Atlanta, Georgia, was the first university in the world to deploy a fully utilized digital twin metaverse campus. Thus the name metaversity. Morehouse launched in February of 2021 with three classes: world history, Biology 105 and inorganic chemistry.

Fisk University

Fisk University, in Nashville, Tennessee quickly followed with their own digital twin campus with a particularly strong use case with their cadaver lab:

The results from professors at Morehouse College have been impressive. Professors Ovell Hamilton, Muhsinah Morris and Ethell Vereen launched their classes along with a cross-disciplinary engagement with Professor Tanya Clark.

Professor Ethell Vereen asked for a barber shop so the young men in his biology class could freely discuss sensitive health issues. Professor Muhsinah Morris needed life size molecules that could be constructed and deconstructed — while in space on a starship! Professor Ovell Hamilton would teach world history while traveling the world from Africa to Europe to Japan. And Dr. Tanya Clark will teach fantasy literature in a Hogwart’s style school known as Mystvale College.

The results for Professor Hamilton’s class are below:

You can see that the grades, engagement and satisfaction all were superior using the metaversity teaching campus. 

The Power of the Metaverse Campus

Instead of viewing complex molecules in a book or perhaps a 2D video, you can stand in a room with your professor and hold a 3 foot wide molecule in your hand, then deconstruct it and reconstruct it. Because it’s all digital and created in spatial 3D, there are enough molecules for everyone in the classroom and then plenty more.

Imagine learning about reproductive health while taking a group tour through a fallopian tube and then discussing it as a class. Imagine learning fantasy space literature while beaming up to a starship and then putting on a space suit and taking a walk outside the ship.

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