Today kids at school still study using methods dating from the 19th century. Educators are looking for new solutions to foster creativity, critical thinking and collaboration.
In a future where computers may ultimately be replaced by headsets, AR/VR usage will grow in importance to upset the entire “EdTech” market.
Alpana Ventures is supporting Apelab to develop such AR/VR solutions since 2016. The team has been working hard on developing ZOE, an application for virtual reality headsets. It comes up with a powerful plugin for Unity, making the game engine accessible to all.
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