How Mixed Reality is Changing the Face of the Education Industry?

Brett (37) is an educator who runs an educational institution that teaches many subjects, one of which is human anatomy. He’s been teaching the subject for the past ten years and has been successful at it.
However, Brett now looks forward to something innovative for the millennials. He knows conventional books won’t help as much now. The new tech-savvy generation needs something that transcends books and precisely, that refers to providing an interactive learning experience. Of course, Brett has heard about Mixed Reality (MR). He is considering integrating MR and enhancing the learning experience by helping his students learn something more effectively and engagingly. Let’s see how MR can help educators like Brett.

3 Ways How MR has Revolutionized Education

Education is rapidly switching from the conventional approach. It is experiencing exponential development on the technology front. The contemporary approach focuses more on the effectiveness of learning, yet in a manner students enjoy. Additionally, it emphasizes the experience that makes learning even more value-driven and efficient. Accordingly, let’s look at a few benefits of MR in the education sector.

 

1. Engaging and Interactive Learning Experience
MR involves the use of three-dimensional virtual models that provide a near-real learning experience to students. For instance, while studying the human brain, students can traverse the brain model. They can look at and penetrate various parts of the brain model and learn theory at the same time. They can enjoy the three-dimensional experience, create visual memories, understand things better and remember them for longer.
In other words, MR makes learning more straightforward, effective, and at the same time, an effortless experience. The idea is to understand concepts better. If MR does that, then integrating it into the existing education system becomes imperative for every educator.

2. Virtual Models of a Subject Matter

It isn’t that conventional books never made engineers, doctors, or architects. Also, one cannot deny their significance when it comes to shaping generations and the world so far. However, technology, as you know, is a disruptive phenomenon. MR in particular, reduces the learning effort and enhances understanding. As mentioned earlier, it focuses more on the productive learning part rather than having students spend more time imagining things and then grasp them according to their intellect.
But how is that? It is through virtual models of the subject matter, with which students can interact for as long as they want. They can repeat a particular part until they understand it comprehensively. For example, learning astronomy becomes fun and interactive when you have the virtual model of a particular star, galaxy, and planet. It is more intriguing than simply reading and imagining about them. Besides, students maneuver around the virtual models, check every minute detail relating to it and keep checking it until they fully understand it.

3. Blurring Geographical Boundaries

Classroom sessions do hold significance in the 21st century, otherwise dominated by virtual classrooms and online learning (especially the pandemic-affected couple of years). But physical classrooms have their limitations, especially for educators, who intend to broaden their outreach and have more students to enroll.  MR, which is part of digital learning, fades out geographical boundaries. It allows students to learn things online and yet experience the same kind of learning as folks onsite do. As a result, educators can sign up a higher number of students, make the learning content available to a larger audience and augment revenue.

Learning is Fun with Qodequay’s Customized MR Solutions for the Education Sector

Qodequay, with its proven expertise in Mixed Reality solutions for the education domain, makes learning more engaging, interactive, and fun. Lately, the company successfully completed a project for AR/MR with a reputed, new-age learning platform. Qodequay’s custom MR solutions have enabled the platform’s middle school learners to perform and practice science experiments in a playful setup from any remote location.

Additionally, Qodequay has enabled the platform to provide an MR interactive lab experience and integrate the magic and effectiveness of real and virtual spaces. The result is an enhanced educational experience and improved learning impact. Qodequay’s MR intellect and technology expertise has helped the learning platform upgrade its learning offering to a significant extent.

Qodequay works with a range of global educational institutions to help them integrate MR capabilities. The company’s MR expertise and solutions help create the learning impact that educators and students expect from these new-age digital learning experiences. It develops MR solutions not only based on the educator’s training needs but the learning needs of the target audience from primary school learners to university students.

Write to Qodequay at contact@qodequay.com to learn more about the company’s specific MR solutions.