South African company Ulink is all set to bring virtual reality to the classrooms in the country. With the initiative, the company aims to ensure that the country stays ahead of the curve by adopting new technology and empowering the development of children through advanced learning methods.
The company’s focus is on adapting the technology to augment the quality of learning. Virtual reality holds many applications in the space and comes with several advantages such as better engagement, increased stimulation, decreased ‘time to learn’, and enhanced knowledge retention.
“Our focus is always people, young and old alike, how we can enable and empower people to achieve all that they hope to. Learning should never be led by technology; however, it can assist both teachers and students to break through barriers, this is what we are aiming for, the transformation of education through technology,” said Brett Nel, Managing Director at Ulink.
“Our purpose at Ulink is to assist in bridging the gap of access to technology through virtual reality, with the firm belief that Virtual Reality will have a positive impact on the educational growth of the South African student.”
Ulink’s Class VR is constantly adding new content and also provides the functionality of creating your own content for the users. This opens up endless possibilities for the usage of the platform for the purpose it’s designed for.
Moreover, Class VR is not just limited to the classroom environment but can be used for various purposes, including employee training, showcasing products, and a lot more.
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