Instead of watching a film on a screen, Virtual Reality brings participants inside of an immersive 3D world. Using a headset like Google Cardboard or Oculus, viewers can see the VR environment all around them. Global Nomads Group (GNG) uses Virtual Reality (VR) to build empathy among the world’s youth. When young people feel connected to an individual or place, they are more likely to be inspired to learn more and/or take action.
Ready to bring GNG Virtual Reality experiences into your classroom or youth development space? Check out these easy tips on getting started with VR in your classroom.
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