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VR Astronomy and Geography Lab

HTC ViveOculus Rift
VR Astronomy and Geography Lab will allow you to experience the magnificence of the universe, the beauty of the earth, the wonder of the moon, and...

PlanetariumVR

HTC ViveOculus RiftValve Index
Planetarium for Virtual Reality to learn about the stars, constellations, and deep sky objects.

Anatomy Explorer 2020

Oculus Rift
Anatomy Explorer 2020 is a revolutionary VR application for education. This intuitive application examine human body to the slightest detail.

Fire Safety Lab VR

HTC ViveWindows Mixed Reality
Learn how to use fire extinguishers of different types, how to protect yourself from smoke and high temperatures, what to do in the event of a fire alarm and how to find an emergency exit from the building.

Sama Learning

HTC ViveOculus Rift
Sama's General Chemistry VR course was designed to be used alongside existing class work and can provide valuable educational support for students of all learning levels.
Free to play!

Orders of Magnitude

HTC ViveOculus Rift
The Orders of Magnitude is an educational and relaxing Virtual Reality experience which will show you our Universe at many different scales.

Magnetism Intro

Oculus Go
The Application contain a simulation of physics lab.You can interact with the components and more like a real physics lab.
Free to play!

Learn Orbitals

Oculus Go
Virtual Lab for Science students to learn more about periodic table,Elements property and Orbital filling in simple...
Free to play!

Heart Tour

Oculus Go
Enter a virtual heart experience and explore a larger than life heart. Watch the path of blood flow and learn about atrial fibrillation and ways to treat the ailment.
Free to play!

Abelana's Atom Maker

HTC ViveOculus RiftWindows Mixed RealityValve Index
Visualize atomic orbitals, navigate across energy levels, gain an intuitive understanding of the composition of atoms and their electron configurations by assembling all elements of the periodic table.