Understanding the Student Experience

We want all teachers in Immerse to have a good understanding of what their students will experience while in the VR Headset during class. 

If you have not been able to put on a VR Headset to experience the Immerse Application from the Student's point of view, these resources are for you!


Student Training Guide

This is the Training Guide that is meant to be shared with each student during their orientation to VR Class powered by Immerse. Access this Guide to better understand the level of education your students receive and to show you insights into the "Student Experience."

-> Quick Start Training Guide for Students <-

Visualize Student Interactions in VR

Your students Oculus Headset (and controllers) allow the head and hand movements of students to be translated to VR. This means students can nod their head, wave their hand, and even reach out and grab things with the headset on, and witness those gestures come to life in VR. 

This is a short visual to help showcase how your students actual, real-life gestures are tracked and displayed in VR. 

-> Student Interactions in VR <-

VR Lesson from the Student View

Or teachers experience VR from a Desktop platform, in 3rd-person, and with a full teacher dashboard. However, our students experience VR in 1st-person, with physical presence and abilities, and with no dashboard. 

This short lesson trailer video will show you clips of what class looks like from the Student point of view.

-> Sample VR Lesson from Student Point of View <-

In-App Student Controls

There are times where you will need to be able to give support to students struggling with VR Headset controls. We have a "Controls" center that teachers can use to support their students with using controls in Immerse. 

You will find the "Controls" center on the bottom right hand corner on your Desktop Application while in Immerse.

  1. Select the question being asked by your student.
  2. The visual you see, will be sent to all students and you will be given the words to instruct and support them.
  3. Click the section again to remove the visual and return to the lesson. 



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