How Morehouse College Came to Lead the Way in Remote Teaching Through VR

National finalist for teacher of the year, Wendy Martin, is a hologram for frog dissection.
Martin Luther King is a graduate of Morehouse College.
The digital twin campus quad at Morehouse College gives students a familiar place to learn.
Students learning inorganic chemistry in Professor Morris’ class.
Dushunte Carmon
Dana Williams of American High School
Pico Neo 2 pictured, but HP Reverb, Vive Focus Plus and Quest are 6DOF headsets that work well also.
The student lounge on the VictoryXR Campus.
Students learn about human anatomy with human hearts large enough to step inside.
Virtual reality 360 field trips give students a chance to stand where history was made.




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