What is Virtual Reality

The definition of virtual reality comes, naturally, from the definitions for both ‘virtual’ and ‘reality’. The definition of ‘virtual’ is near and reality is what we experience as human beings. So the term ‘virtual reality’ basically means ‘near-reality’. This could, of course, mean anything but it usually refers to a specific type of reality emulation.

Get immersed

Start viewing virtual reality experiences in three easy steps

Get Your App

Download the VR App onto your phone

Set up your devices

Open the app and place your phone into your mobile VR headset

Jump in!

Rock out. Relax. Escape. The possibilities are virtually endless.

This may seems like a lot of effort, and it is! What makes the development of virtual reality worthwhile? The potential entertainment value is clear. Immersive films and video games are good examples. The entertainment industry is after all a multi-billion dollar one and consumers are always keen on novelty.

The new frontier of knowledge and learning

Virtual Reality has been used for training and education for many years by the military, law enforcement, research labs and even NASA.

Only now has the technology become available for the average consumer as mobile phone technology has driven the price of a headset down from many thousands of dollars to a couple of hundred dollars. Advances in home computing has also had a major effect as they get faster and less expensive they can now provide realistic simulations through computer generated graphics that only 10 years ago would have seemed impossible.

These reasons are why virtual reality has not been used in education until now. We are committed to changing the delivery method of education worldwide by providing the most realistic simulations possible when it comes to historic and real world events while providing an educational experience that will both educate and entertain students and get them more engaged with their studies. We aim to inspire the new generation to reach their full potential.