Virtual Reality and 360 content is about to find it’s way into schools and classrooms with a new layer of interactivity! ThingLink is evolving from image and video annotation to 360 content, which gives educators a larger canvas to create virtual learning experiences.
“We want to make mobile VR an engaging platform for storytelling and learning.” says founder and CEO Ulla Engestrom.
ThingLink is planning to launch a beta version of a new VR editor with key partners in the coming weeks. The editor will be made available for schools and districts. It will allow users to add contextual layers of information like text, photos, maps, video and additional tags to 360 images and video, making it possible for schools to create an interactive learning environment.