A group of animation students from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (UPB) in Medellín exhibited their Virtual Reality (VR) project last Thursday. Sleep-deprived from several all-nighters, but beaming with pride nonetheless, they spoke with The Bogotá Post about the fruits of their labour and the exciting prospects on the horizon for VR technology.
Since the release of the PlayStation VR in late 2016, most people associate VR with video gaming. However, the same immersive qualities which lend the technology to first-person shooters can also be utilised for educational purposes. It is this potential which the group of UPB students sought to […]
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