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Copies of Marty's books will be available for purchase and signing after the talk. Interactive Scientific is not the only company who hope that the current trend for VR in the gaming world can transform science education. The founder of chemistry set subscription service MEL Science , Vassili Philippov , tells Chemistry World the company has begun to offer VR-based resources this year, offering more than curriculum-aligned lessons for use by schools. Their technology is designed for platform Google Daydream and a version for the even cheaper Google Cardboard is in the works.
Like Glowacki, Philippov envisions VR playing an increasingly important role in classrooms in the future. But could VR take over the role of practical work entirely? In our science fiction feature Testing times , writer John Gilbey envisions a world where learning is entirely virtual. But Philippov is among those who feel this would cross a line. Computers are getting better at modelling chemistry.
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