An out of this world approach to learning (for the NeuroDiverse and us all)
Virtual reality (VR) has become an increasingly popular tool for education and training, offering learners the opportunity to engage with content in immersive and interactive ways like never before. For neurodiverse learners in particular, VR can offer a range of benefits that can help to support their learning needs. Terc in collaboration with MXT are researching and developing an interactive, immersive, gamified learning experience that aims to push the boundaries and explore the benefits VR offes to customized learning.
Are 10,000 hours accelerated with VR?
Practice, practice, practice. Practice makes perfect. It is widely believed that it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert and that repetition is the key to success. However, 10,000 hours is a long time. In fact, if you were to train for 8 hours a day, 40 hours per week it would take you almost 5 years to accomplish.
Pros and Cons of VR for ALS, SCI, MS, and more
Virtual Reality (VR) technology has gained recognition as a tool for improving mental well-being and physical rehabilitation, particularly for individuals with multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, and ALS. This white paper aims to explore the pros and cons of using VR for mental well-being and physical rehabilitation.
Tech For Humanity (WIP)
The advent of VR immediately brought numerous benefits to the gaming world, as well as numerous other markets. However, it’s reception in the disabled community was not as welcoming.
VR for Bus Drivers
Pierce Transit and King County Metro have been collaborating with MXTreality since 2020 with the intent of creating cutting edge driver training experiences that allow driver trainees and those with years of experience to learn details, and fine tune their skills in particular scenarios.