Virtual reality games

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Maths game at Innovatum Science Centre during Researchers’ Night in Trollhättan 2011.

This type of game allows the participants to try playing in some kind of a virtual reality environment. One variation is to use advanced VR equipment where the participants, wearing for example helmets, have the experience that they are physically within a virtual environment. A simpler variation is to test a virtual environment with a computer, e.g. Second Life.

Target group: Suitable for a younger target group, but can be adapted for different age groups.

Preparations: Find people to supervise the game and decide on a venue and time. Organise the necessary materials. Market the activity.

Challenges: Finding tools to create a virtual environment.

Benefits: Usually very popular.


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