A few years ago, virtual reality was talked about in the future tense, since the high cost of technology did not allow using its capabilities to the full. And although the first device capable of creating a completely virtual reality, appeared as early as the 60s of the last century, the technology could only truly declare itself with the advent of helmets for gamers.

The use of VR technology in teaching is very promising, because now students use a huge amount of information, the assimilation of which directly depends on the efficiency of the presentation. And there is no technology equal to virtual reality, which significantly improves and simplifies the process of education.

Interact with objects and work out the skills of managing complex equipment, take tours of ancient Rome and become a participant in historical events, find yourself inside the human body and study its structure, conduct laboratory classes and practical lessons in the virtual world – all this and much more is available through training programs based on VR technology.

The main advantage of the use of virtual reality in learning is the maximum involvement of the student in the process, which gives the most effective result, so one lesson in the virtual world successfully replaces dozens of ordinary ones.

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