Online learning has only recently become widespread, and now a few of businesses in India are reinventing the future of education by trying to incorporate the metaverse into daily lessons. Both users and programmers can personalise it by creating anything ranging from a metaverse institution to virtual sports venues.
A teacher can discuss about discoveries while also showing them to students in an interactive 3D environment. Using their lesson ideas, educators can create virtual landscapes. Virtual reality in schools can supplement traditional education models by allowing students to tour historical sites or perform risky experiments in a safer virtual environment.
Maninder Singh Bajwa, CEO and founder, iScuela says: “The metaverse has numerous educational opportunities.The way we educate children and outfit teachers must advance in order to keep up with the ways that technology is advancing and providing us new immersive and imaginative worlds. Researchers, educators, decision-makers, and digital designers now have the chance to set the course rather than getting sucked into the undertow, while the metaverse infrastructure is still being built. Even if there is still more to be expected from it, the metaverse has already shown tremendous potential, especially in the gaming world. Some meta verse experiences allow players to interact freely with one another and even take part in occasions like concerts and festivals using their avatars.”
“Students will be able to reach new levels of understanding concepts like never before and teachers will have a broader bandwidth of creating and bending the reality of a virtual environment to make learning more engaging and interactive. Moreover, metaverse is bound to become the next frontier to improve communication and mitigate location barriers in education. It’s only a matter of time until immersive virtual learning becomes the new normal,” says Diwakar Chittora, CEO and Founder, IntelliPaat.