Virtual Reality (VR) & advanced visualisation techniques are extremely powerful tools for research and teaching of almost any kind. Not only do they help academics, scientists and students do their jobs more efficiently and effectively, they help them communicate with others and help their institutions to save money.
Virtalis has worked with many of the world’s leading research and academic bodies. Our technology can be harnessed to a wide number of applications within education and research, as our range of case studies demonstrates.
"People are rather blasé when I introduce the VR system, but I wait for the inevitable gasps that follow as they see its power."
Dr. James Hinton, Professor, University of Arkansas.
Click here to find out how virtual environments are helping students at Keele University