What is Virtual Reality (VR)?
Virtual Reality or VR means experiencing things that do not really exist using a VR device. VR creates an illusion of reality which seems amazingly real as it is interactive, but the illusion is computer generated. An example is the illusion of travelling on planet Mars while your feet are still firmly planted on the ground right here on Earth. Examples of future applications of VR include movies, sports, fashion, military, business and many more.
Why learn Virtual Reality?
There is no doubt that VR will become common place when your kids grow up. It is very beneficial to expose your kids at a young age to technology that will become a part of their adult life. A similar example would be how your parents introduced you to the world of Personal Computers (PC) when you were young. Let your children learn the concepts of VR and its applications, and this will stimulate their curiosity of VR, and create a desire in their inquisitive minds to explore more on this new frontier technology.
How do my kids learn VR?
Your kids will create their own VR glasses (components provided), learn VR software, play VR games and experience an exciting suite of VR world.