Increasingly, higher education and K-12 advocates are investing in VR technology. One school of osteopathic medicine, for example, is using holographic technology in place of physical cadavers which can be in short supply for students. And, a recent report from Campus Technology indicated that while VR and augmented reality tools were currently in an “adolescent’ stage of development and implementation,” their usage was likely to grow dramatically in the coming year. Now, educators are discovering other side benefits of this technology.
 

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