Tech company builds VR system for school
VRtist, a tech company under the business incubation program of BLOCK71 Suzhou, a branch of Singapore's iconic startup hub Block71 in SI's NUS (Suzhou) Research Institute, recently built a VR system for SIP Hanlin Primary School, giving the school's students fantastic learning experiences.
Composed of advanced VR hardware and software, the system offers nearly 500 courses covering a wide range of disciplines from history to science in computer-simulated scenarios that can interact with the students and therefore increase their interest in study and improve their learning results. The company provides technical support for its operation.
It is reported that the company, founded in 2016, has developed a variety of high-tech education systems that are now working well in a number of schools across the country.
February 27, 2019