VictoryXR & HTC VIVE partner to deliver VR dissection curriculum

15 November 2022 – Victory XRaugmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) content providers for schools and educational institutions; and HTC ViveA leading provider of VR technology today announced a partnership to enhance learning outcomes for students. It brings a new dissection curriculum covering frogs, pigs and human brains to VR on the VIVE Focus 3 headset.

High school dissection is widely used to increase student interest in the biology and anatomy of living organisms. Carolina Biological, the dissection curriculum provider in the US, works with VictoryXR to develop educational content. Wendy Martin, a national finalist for Teacher of the Year and has 20 years of experience teaching high school science. Acts as a content hologram educator. Guide students in using virtual scalpels and scissors.

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The HTC VIVE Focus 3 is an all-in-one VR headset powered by Qualcomm’s XR2 chip that offers high-precision hand tracking. 5K combined resolution and ergonomic comfort, which HTC says can help open up a better learning experience for students.

“Technology plays a key role in transforming the student learning experience,” said Daniel O’Brien, GM Americas, HTC VIVE. “With this new partnership with VictoryXR, the VIVE Focus 3 allows students to dive into the dissection course in VR as well. Great visual fidelity and highly immersive engagement for better learning outcomes at school.”

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High school, college and university educators can purchase a complete educational solution with 30 learning experiences on the VIVE Focus 3 for $1,399, including the Animal Dissection course. which is available from Victory XR.

“The promise of virtual reality begins with school science. And making dissection through a VR headset as good as the VIVE Focus 3 means students learn in a way that is as close to the real thing as possible,” said Steve Grubbs, CEO of VictoryXR. “And what could be more fun than frogs? Odorless floppy disks that are reunited after being dissected to the end!”

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For more information about VictoryXR and its engaging educational content for students, click here. here. To know more about HTC VIVE and its virtual reality solutions, click here.

Image/Video Credit: VictoryXR/HTC VIVE/YouTube

Sam Spring

Sam is the founder and managing editor of Auganix with a background in research and report writing. He has been covering XR industry news for the past five years.


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