Google Today at I / O 2017 presented what the Tango project can do, especially in scientific experiments. Jennifer Holland, director of the Daydream Science Platform, said more than 2 million students will benefit from the Tango project, which can help students interact with each other and with their teachers.
The idea is to take advantage of Google’s VR system and apply it to the enhanced reality. Jennifer showed how teachers can create a three-dimensional map of classrooms, and teachers can introduce virtual objects to help explain. The class can also be converted to a virtual museum; so students can recognize the arts closely.
The main objective is to allow children to speak and interact with each other without the need for special insulating glasses. The following video shows how virtual reality can improve your learning experience.