Lenovo Introduces VR Classroom 2 for Education


During the 40th Annual Future of Education Technology (FETC) last January 14 in Miami, Lenovo introduced something huge to the audience. They unveiled the VR Classroom 2.  This new way of teaching is a big help not only for students but also for teachers. Tablets and laptops will also play a significant role in this smarter solution for education.

More About Lenovo Virtual Reality Classroom 2

Having a smarter solution when it comes to education is great. With the help of different software and other tools, teaching in a VR classroom will be easy. You can even watch the training courses again if you fail to understand a specific topic. While this is more helpful for learners in middle and high school, one should be responsible enough to do their part. In VR Classroom 2, Lenovo will be using ThinkReality and LanSchool to deploy headsets easily and as well as to learner’s respective classes.


What’s included in the Lenovo VR Classroom 2?

Of course, one of the main components of this VR Classroom 2 is the use of the Mirage 3 headset. Along with it are the management systems, curriculums, explorations, and tours – all in virtual form. There would be available pieces of training – online and on-site so that learners and teachers can choose freely.

Lenovo 10e Chromebook Tablet

The all-new Lenovo VR Classroom 2 is expected to be available this Spring 2020. Most people are aware that there are many courses available to take online. However, knowing that this new smarter technology from Lenovo offers a unique approach, it could be the next big thing for education.

ThinkPad 11e Yoga Gen 6

The idea of Lenovo is remarkable when it comes to introducing a new way of teaching and learning. I am also excited about how this VR Classroom 2 can contribute, make learning efficient, and understanding things easily. Hopefully, the VR Classroom 2 of Lenovo can make a better education.

YouTube: VR Classroom Demo at Lenovo Transform 2.0

Photo credit: Photos were taken by Christopher Isak for TechAcute. The product images are owned by Lenovo and were provided for press usage.
Source: Lenovo press release
Editorial notice: The event photos have been taken at the time of the launch for the original VR Classroom, and the hardware might look different in the new version.

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