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Virtual Reality provides new innovative solutions to tackle major challenges in education.
An economic challenge for educational institutions and society is for instance that institutions are facing economic pressure as they are looking to increase learning outcomes and motivation by incorporating new digital and interactive technologies to their portfolio of education materials. For instance, the requirement to invest in high cost laboratory equipment is a prohibiting factor to education institutions’ continued growth and their ability to reduce the gap between academic studies and career development. A large number of institutions are removing laboratory experiments when faced with budget limitations, and this has a severe impact on student skill development, and leads to graduates lacking essential skills for work in their intended industries.
This challenge is addressed with innovative Virtual Reality solutions by delivering high quality laboratory simulations to students, shown to work as intended by 3rd party researchers (Bonde et al. Nature Biotechnology, 2014). There is a vast untapped market potential in offering solutions that provides a significant financial return on investment while increasing education quality, which can be achieved through innovative and disruptive use of technology, in nearly any educational topic.
We present a new platform, allowing anyone to easily build engaging VR education content.
Surveys on Motivation
86% of users say it is more interesting than
97% of users say
it’s exciting to use Labster
Responses from 220 students from Stanford University OHS, 2 Boston High Schools and DTU
New Innovative Cancer Labs through MIT & Labster Partnership
Adaptive Student Outcomes Based on Realistic Simulations
Step 2 - Simulation
Simulation engines process
Step 4 – Adapt
Adaptive quiz questions,
theory and student
feedback is given based
on results and adaptive
Step 1 - Input
with virtual machines
Step 3 - Output
individual results based
on their input