Google Expeditions Takes Students on VR Tours of Great Barrier Reef, Buckingham Palace
Sign in here:
https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/. A minimum of 6 interested teachers. In order to take as many students as possible on an Expedition, we’ll visit schools showing the most interest first.
Here is a taste of what lies ahead:
When viewing on a mobile phone, the user can change the point of view of the video fluidly in 360 degrees simply by moving the device around.
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Virtual Reality’s Next Hurdle: Overcoming ‘Sim Sickness’
One problem is the resulting “postural sway,” or postural instability and hand-eye coordination challenges.
Plamen: similar issues with Google Glass. Here is some more info on the issue:
Rethinking Motion Sickness
Pls have other IMS blog entries on Google Glass
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