We live in a wonderful, beautiful, magnificent world. It is history- and culture-rich, diverse, and awe-inspiring. Bring it all to your students, take them places, lead their way, and excite their discovery and path-finding.
Especially nowadays, when everything around us looks so grim, and the reality isn’t a fun place to be in, going on high-definition virtual field trips can infuse new excitement into an everyday lesson. Go places in virtual reality, or bring the world to your classroom using augmented reality, the choice is yours, and student engagement is guaranteed!
In the past four years, RobotLAB was the leading partner for Google Expeditions and the only one certified to ship Google Expeditions Kits globally. Following Google’s decision to stop their VR efforts, discontinuing Google DayDream and the Google Expeditions app, RobotLAB decided to take advantage of this opportunity and introduce VR Expeditions 2.0TM.
RobotLAB VR Expeditions 2.0™ is inspired by the great work Google did, and following feedback from thousands of educators, RobotLAB created a VR tool tailored to educators’ needs.
Some of the areas of improvement are:
Content – A unique partnership with Encyclopædia Britannica® to bring high-quality, curated, and tailored content, along with student hand-outs and additional teacher resources that make educators' life easier.
Visuals – In Expeditions 2.0™, all the 360-degrees photos are high definition, 4k resolution, and designed to bring the best of the world to your classroom, in HD quality.
Classroom Management – A new feature was developed from the ground up. Now teachers can create playlists and save expeditions for offline teaching, without any need for internet access. Create classes and track the progress per class is an essential tool for educators struggling to manage their time more efficiently.
AR/VR Expeditions 2.0 kit Includes:
Designed to be cost-efficient and budget friendly in helping you to take students on virtual field trips in VR
Standard VR Expeditions 2.0 kit Includes:
Advanced VR Expeditions 2.0 kit Includes:
No matter which kit you choose. Every VR Expeditions 2.0TM kit is a complete turnkey system of integrated content, student devices, teacher device, software, online management system, cutting-edge equipment, and everything necessary to accommodate a group size of up to 3-45 students per kit.
Our approach to education is unique. We ship VR classroom kits that are ready to teach. No setup, unboxing, or installation is needed. Even your account is pre-configured! And direct access to our customer success and support team will ensure your program success.
The headset's display offers high-quality resolution and an incredible 110-degree field of view - so users can see better what's around them. The kit also comes with controllers which act as a unique and intuitive extension of the hand to offer even more interactivity during a virtual tour.
Stowaway the phones, the expensive PCs, and the cumbersome cables and just enjoy awesome, high-quality VR without any extra hassle.
Deploy Google’s powerful WorldSense technology to lean, dodge, duck, move, avoid obstacles, and move naturally through an ever-growing library of virtual worlds.
ClassVR’s headset is a standalone, classroom-ready device, delivering a fully immersive VR experience under the teacher’s control. Unlike other VR headsets, ClassVR does not require any additional devices, such as phones. Everything is fully integrated into the device, making it easy to use and super reliable.
If you already have a VR kit, don't let your investment go away. It doesn't matter where you got it from, either from RobotLAB, Best Buy Education, Aquila Education, Lenovo, or a self-made kit. The good news is that you can upgrade to VR Expeditions 2.0 today! Don't wait for Google VR to phase out and leave you with worthless hardware, contact our team today, and get the upgrade immediately.
"It is very engaging and it gets kids talking. They get excited about what they see and they want to share that with others.
I have used these with several different classes and grade levels- and all ages of students (and teachers) get excited. I think the students like using technology and they like to be immersed in what it is they are studying"
Lori Thomson is a District Media Specialist at StreetBoro City Schools, She has been using the RobotLAB VR Kit with her students since 2018.