Introducing educational VR & AR doesn’t need to be complicated or cost the earth.
Discover the hassle free way to introduce immersive virtual experiences to your school or museum using the hardware you already own.
"... a fantastic resource"
‘It really is a fantastic resource for students learning about conditions in the war and in the trenches – especially for somewhere like Australia where these events are somewhat removed from us.’
"It is amazing!"
‘First, I would like to say that it is amazing! I really liked how realistic it was. I felt like I was actually there. I really enjoyed my experience on it.’
"I can not really put into words just how wonderful it was to see their reactions."
‘My learners absolutely loved it and I can honestly say it is the first time I have had all of their attention in a group gathering.
They all either wanted a turn to touch the screen or were transfixed watching what was happening. They got very excited at being ‘teleport-ed’ into the picture and wanted to go even further (through the window in the painting). Also individuals were trying so hard to read out what was written on the display.
I can not really put into words just how wonderful it was to see their reactions.’
"It felt like I was in the trenches..."
‘It felt like I was in the trenches and not in my classroom where I was. I had no idea what it was like before but now I do I must have been so scary there.’
"I now feel more sympathetic."
‘After the experience, I now feel more sympathetic for the soldiers who had to survive in the trenches for days on end.’
"It was one of the best experiences I have ever had."
‘It was one of the best experiences I have ever had. I was really excited to try it because I have never used [a Google Cardboard headset] before.’
Why should I use educational VR?
Whether you’re in the education industry or culture, heritage and tourism; your goals are the same – deliver information in an interesting and engaging way so that it is retained for longer.
Technology is a huge focus in both education and for museums, but with such a wide range of suppliers and prices, where do you start when deciding whether educational VR is right for you?
If you’re thinking of introducing educational technology, you’re in the right place! Check out our blog for help and guidance on all things VR and AR, explore the free Demo Hub for a taster of accessible VR, or get in touch to find out how we could help you introduce immersive educational experiences!
Try it for yourself…
Discover just how simple the tours are to use.
No need to blow your yearly budget on VR headsets… Our immersive experiences are accessible on virtually any device, from Smartphones to Smartboards.
Discover a new way to learn with photorealistic educational VR for schools and museums.
The (Virtual) Reality…
You probably already know about the benefits of educational VR, the immersive experiences and the excitement value. (If not, check out our beginners guide to VR!)
We believe you’re never too young or too old to get excited about learning. From Early Years to museum exhibitions, we deliver exceptional virtual tours to engage, immerse and, most importantly, educate.
A pioneering approach to VR…
Our unique system works with almost any internet enabled device, giving you the freedom to pick the best delivery method for you. Don’t fancy VR headsets? No problem, our tours can be used on PCs, tablets or touchscreen displays.
Schools can register for our low cost subscription service, providing access to our virtual tours as well as lesson guides and teaching resources for teachers. Museums have the choice of a subscription package for temporary exhibitions, right up to a fully bespoke installation.
Our Sectors & Services
Bring VR & AR into your classroom the easy way with a subscription to the Seymour & Lerhn education platform for schools.
We know that schools don’t always have the budgets for expensive equipment, which is why we’ve developed a system to work with what you already have.
Interactive whiteboard, laptop, tablet or mobile phone? If you’ve got an internet connection, then you’re good to go!