Virtual Reality for Digital Learning
Virtual Reality for Digital Learning (VR4Learning) aims to increase knowledge and awareness in the areas of environment, green transition and sustainability among diverse groups of students and youth in various industries, with emphasis on ‘leaving no one behind’.
We are introducing a new learning methodology involving a high level of technology incorporation, which includes virtual reality and augmented reality to stimulate an engaging learning environment, made accessible in various languages.
Our work is focussed on creation of videos for online courses, and use virtual and augmented reality for digital learning, including training sessions with 3D glasses which will enable learning at a distance in an immersive environment. In this joint effort, youth from diverse backgrounds will have opportunities to learn about green transition and sustainability efforts.
“…It was an engaging and provoking event. It got me thinking about how virtual reality could be implemented in different ways other than I initially had in mind…I would definitely recommend others to engage and learn more about this approach in learning…”
Maryam Akram, MG Sustainable Engineering
“…I think that VR has the potential to change our way of life and work. The presentations were really interesting and inspiring. I have learned that VR can be used for different training activities, like language learning, or welding. I would recommend the topic to my friends and acquaintances…”
Antonio Arto Delgado, Mechanical Engineer Trainee
“…The VR4Learning workshop extended my knowledge in applying VR technology. It is usually used at laboratory level for research, in design, also in gaming. It can also be used for learning as a modern technological approach. I would definitely recommend VR to students and other audience…”
Fairouz GHISANI, PhD, MG Sustainable Engineering
“The seminar followed the state of the art within VR learning and emphasize the advantages through use VR technologies through sustainability and environment.”
Roba, Architectural Engineering
“The seminar was very informative on how VR could be used in training and education, providing a variety of studies as examples. It also addressed the innovation aspects of the VR technology, and the benefits it could provide for sustainability and the environment.”
Celia, Mechanical Design
“Material presented was very pertinent to current and future times. I believe it can speed up the learning process. It would especially be useful in understanding concepts presented in different scientific articles. I loved the spirit and enthusiasm and great sense of humor of our presenters.”
Dennis, Environmental Engineering
“The presenters demonstrated very good preparation, delivering a truly impressive seminar. I gained a wealth of knowledge and found the experience highly educational. I am keen on participating in the upcoming segments of this seminar, as I genuinely believe that they will be equally enriching.”