For virtual reality education, Lenovo introduced the VR Classroom Kit, which will allow teachers and students to take virtual outdoor instruction through the stand-alone Daydream VR headset. The smallest package contains 3 Mirage solo glasses, the middle package comes with 10 and the largest with 24 VR glasses and teachers can control students’ VR experiences through a Lenovo Tab 4 PLUS tablet, and the wireless routers they need are packaged and preconfigured in each package. The warranty on the devices is extended to 18 months in the US.
Among the software, Lenovo offers, among other things, preinstalled 360-degree learning videos and Google’s expedition app for virtual class trips. Additional content can be downloaded from Google’s Daydream Store. The college will be on hand to introduce the technology, and each VR classroom package will come with video tutorials, monthly webinars with practical examples, and the promise of guidance.
The headset itself will have a built-in 700 Google Expeditions videos and 3 “Jane Goodall” Wild Immersion titles, as well as providing time-consuming explanations or questioning periods during playback so that teaching can cross borders and be readily available through virtual reality Environment to give students relevant educational experience.
In addition, through this set of teaching kits can provide online lesson plans for teachers to use, basically be in both hardware and software provides a complete solution. Lenovo wants to sell the virtual reality classroom in April in the US and from autumn in Canada. The entry-level package is $ 2899 and the 24-student pack will also be available but the pricing information is not available. Lenovo recommends VR trips for students over 13 years old.
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