In recent years, virtual learning has been a success. Some students adapted; but for others, learning from home was a huge hurdle. In fact, many school systems have been forced to change their student performance standards simply because of failed grades. students accepted.
A recent McKinsey study found that current forms of e-learning, especially those developed around video conferencing, actually widens learning gaps. But make no mistake in believing that technology itself is to blame for these educational struggles.
If anything, new solutions are sorely needed. Students need the ability to learn effectively both in and out of the classroom. There must be a seamless connection between learning methods, the essence of which is immersion. The right technology can do that.
In particular, 3D technology can change the very nature of learning. With 3D cameras, scanners, and other multimedia hardware and software, students can learn faster, more engaging, and retaining. 3D technology can also foster personal connections, interactions, and shared experiences that are critical to a child’s early development.
One of the most exciting innovations in the education sector is hands-on learning, facilitated by depth sensors. Supported by depth sensors that track the movement of students in a particular area, engaging images are projected onto the walls, floors, and other flat surfaces of rooms equipped for that purpose.