Virtual Reality Apps for Education
Finally, the first truly wireless VR platforms are here. No PC. No wires. It just works. Starting at just $149, these systems have low up-front costs and are easier to maintain in the long run.
Did You Know Sunsets on Mars are Blue?
And that it snows near the poles? Designed with help from NASA scientists at the Space Science Institute, the Mars Colonial Scout VR experience takes users to an unfamiliar side of Mars.
We think of Mars as red and desert-like. In reality, Mars is very cold, and, yes, it even snows near the poles! The Mars Colonial Scout VR experience introduces audiences to exciting destinations on a planet humans are likely to explore—and maybe colonize—in the coming decades.
Use your spectrometer to look for water ice at the south polar region. What other rocks and minerals will you find?
Explore the surface and take in the strange Angustus Labyrinthus region of Mars, generated from NASA data.
Uniquely Original VR Content
Discovering a blue Mars is just the beginning. We’re rolling out fresh new science content every quarter to the Science Planet platform. Innovative and exciting, each module will immerse the user in unique experiences.
Before the dinosaurs, weird and wonderful creatures ruled the Earth. Get up close with the boomerang-headed Diploceraspis, and meet other Coal-Age Monsters!
Flexible Pricing and Terms
We get the constraints of educational budgets, and we’re trying to remove barriers to quality technology-based exhibits.
Other VR and AR solutions cost tens of thousands of dollars, putting them out of reach of many education budgets. Science Planet interactives are reasonably and simply priced, starting as low as $15/month.
Custom Experiences, Too
The Science Planet VR collection was built by Stage 2 Studios, experts in building educational content for clients across the country, including the US Department of Education. Now they’re making AR and VR services available to science museums and schools everywhere. Learn more at stage2studios.com/education.
Pair with your Current Exhibits
Because Science Planet VR apps work with wireless headsets, they can be used to complement existing exhibits like Science on a Sphere from BWC Visual Technology. Now you can show visitors the Martian south pole… and then take them there!