0.3.4 The Entrepreneur
“I want to create Virtual Reality content yourself.”
You’re interested in developing Virtual Reality content for your own students, for your training company, or for your clients. Or maybe you’re on the other side of this situation, and your team wants to hire a team of developers to collaborate on a VR or AR training program. In this case, it’s also a good idea to get familiar with the technology yourself.
How to get started
Go through Course 1 to 3 to learn about state-of-the-art Virtual Reality devices, current applications of Virtual Reality, and a first introduction to VR development. These three courses will give you a strong foundation for further knowledge and skill building around VR for education.
Follow Course 4. It includes an overview of the challenges and possibilities of learning through VR.
Next, we want to give you an idea of the range of VR applications you can choose from. After taking the following courses, you’ll have the ability to transform your ideas into a solid VR project proposal or a job offer for a VR developer.
Check out Course 5, an introduction to creating valuable learning materials with (your own) 360° photos. The virtual tour below tells you all about the Burcht, a monument in Leiden, The Netherlands.
Continue with Course 6, about creating an animated game for Virtual Reality. More courses on both of these topics are available, but through these two, you’ll be able to make an informed decision about which kind of VR experience fits your project the best.