What is Immersive Education:

Unlike traditional computer-based learning systems, Immersive Education is designed to immerse and engage students in the same way that today's best 3D video games grab and keep the attention of players. Immersive Education supports self-directed learning as well as collaborative group-based learning environments that can be delivered over the Internet or using fixed-media. An Immersive Education environment is flexible and creating learning content and learning "worlds" is an inherent component.

The Greenbush Immersive Education Initiative is a series of virtual worlds, simulations, and virtual reality projects in the early product development phase at Greenbush.

Current Greenbush Immersive Education Projects:

lightbulb_outline VRBlocks - Experimental Virtual Reality Coding Environment. (Using Blockly, AFrame, & WebVR - 2019)

lightbulb_outline VR STEM Worlds - Virtual Reality STEM Learning Labs. (Using AFrame & WebVR - 2019)

lightbulb_outline AFrame Experiments - Experimental Aframe Scenes. (Experimental - 2019)

Past Greenbush Immersive Education Projects:

history Edusim (VR on the Interactive Whiteboard - 2007)

history Opensim CSI Project (CSI Crime Scene in VR - 2009)

history Scriptastic (Simple coding of objects in a VR scene - 2012)