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5 Ways

By Steve Grubbs Virtual reality can be gimmicky and a fun parlor trick, or it can be an amazingly impactful learning tool that literally changes the lives of students. There’s plenty of the former out there, but here are five of the latter that you can integrate into your learning plan today. ONE: Animal Dissection […]

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VICTORYXR JOINS QUALCOMM’S NEW ‘XR ENTERPRISE PROGRAM’ 

VICTORYXR JOINS QUALCOMM’S NEW ‘XR ENTERPRISE PROGRAM’ The Program enables enterprise solution providers by connecting them with Qualcomm’s transformative technology and other ecosystem members to help accelerate XR collaboration, innovation and adoption in key business verticals. Contact: Steve Grubbs at steve@victoryxr.com DALLAS, TX — September 17, 2019 — At the Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit (EWTS), Qualcomm […]

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110 Libraries Add VictoryVR Science Apps

110 Libraries Add VictoryVR Science Apps Thanks to the Vive Libraries Program, seven learning units from VictoryVR’s High School Science Curriculum will be available in libraries across California and Nevada. The patrons of the 110 libraries throughout the two states will have access to virtual reality experiences that allow them to learn on the surface […]

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Teachers Believe in the Benefits of VR Learning

A recently released report from Lenovo paints a positive picture for virtual reality’s future in education. According to the research, an overwhelming majority (94 percent) of teachers in the UK believe that VR is beneficial to education and has a place in the classroom. Almost half of these same teachers think that the technology will be […]

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The Data-driven Case for Virtual Reality Learning

By Steve Grubbs CEO, VictoryVR, Inc. It makes sense that virtual reality would improve learning, after all it’s immersive, engaging and experiential all in one. While those may sound like education buzzwords, the bottom line is simple: kids think it’s cool and who wouldn’t want to learn about photosynthesis while standing among the ancient redwoods […]

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