How to Supplement Learning by VR?

Technology empowers. It liberates. It gives access to corridors from any part of the world. Now, picture this – you are interested in art and you would like to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York or MoMA. Say, you are keen on observing the priceless artwork collections of renowned artists that adorn walls. What if you were armed with a technological tool that allows you to see the minutest details of a masterpiece and remain in that immersive state of what the art manages to do to you?

“…And what if you want to see how Van Gogh actually created this masterpiece? You zoom in. You really go in. I’m going to go to one of my favorite parts in this painting, and I’m really going to get to the cracks. This is “The Starry Night,” I think, never seen like this before,” says Amit Sood, now the director of Google’s Cultural Institute and Art Project, in a TED Talk he made 5 years ago.

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