Category : Virtual Reality

FETC 2018: ThingLink teams up with Ricoh to showcase interactive virtual tours

ThingLink Virtual Field Trips

If you’re going to be at FETC this week, we hope you will come meet us at the Ricoh booth 713 to learn how to put the power of ThingLink plus the Ricoh Theta camera to work. Learn about our upcoming online event designed to help educators and their students Explore, Modify & Create Interactive Virtual Field Trips with ThingLink + Ricoh. We’ll have examples created by our community of educators for everyone to explore.

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Get Inspired, Watch Our Webinar, and Try 5 New Features in 360!

Get Inspired by Great Ways to Use ThingLink from Educators

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Take a Global Virtual Field Trip to Explore Women’s Rights

Womens Rights Virtual Field Trip

Women’s Rights 360 is an interactive virtual field trip created by the ThingLink Education team last year to help teachers and students discuss the complex topic of global gender equality and women’s rights in the classroom. We invite you to explore, modify and create a ThingLink 360 Virtual Field Trip.

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5 Enhancements to ThingLink 360

5 Enhancements to ThingLink 360

Since we released ThingLink 360 last year, our team has gathered tons of feedback from many user groups.  We’re excited to share 5 enhancements to ThingLink 360, based on your feedback.

We have more enhancements planned as ThingLink 360 continues to grow more powerful in 2018.  We take user requests very seriously, and they play a big role in what we create.  Feel free to drop us a note with requests for new features for ThingLink 360, and be sure to stay tuned to this blog for news as we release new features based on feedback from our community.

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Happy 2018! From Virtual Reality to Business Reality to Everyday Use

It’s a brand new year and with it comes a renewed focus on showing our fellow educators just how powerful and practical it is to use VR as a tool in the classroom.  This was the basis of a research paper we recently presented at the International Academy of Business & Public Administration Disciplines in Orlando, FL.  Our presentation was entitled from Virtual Reality to Business Reality, and our goal was to introduce the Academy to how we were using Virtual Reality at the Florida A&M University’s School of Business and Industry.

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How to Find & Cite 360 Images with Kathy Schrock

Join us for a close-up look into finding and using 360 images with expert and ThingLink Certified Educator, Kathy Schrock. We’ll learn where to find 360 images for reuse and how to license them and use them to create your own ThingLinks.

Live @7pm EDT or sign up to watch OnDemand

RESERVE YOUR SPOT!

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Future Technologies Are Creating A Better Age of Learning

This piece was originally published on hundred.org by Josephine Lister, editor at HunDred.org. We appreciate the opportunity to share this post with our readers.
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An Innovative Idea:  Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Come Together for a Guided Tour with ThingLink!

by Deb Norton

If you are an innovator such as myself, you might like to try new apps and experiment with virtual reality, such as ThingLink 360°/ VR and also with augmented reality such as a 3D moving and talking avatar.  The combination of virtual reality and augmented reality in one lesson makes for a really impressive and intriguing experience.

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We’re Bringing a Bootcamp to TCU’s Idea Factory

We’re looking forward to working with Journalism Professor, Jean Brown, and her colleagues at Texas Christian University on Friday at our Bootcamp at TCU’s IdeaFactory! We’re on our way to Dallas/Ft. Worth to facilitate a ThingLink Bootcamp in the Idea Factory. Many thanks to Cedric James for bringing us in!

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Orientation with ThingLink 360/VR

 

by Adriane Ellis

Using ThingLink 360 to Create a Tour of our Library

We have been in the process of turning our library into a Learning Commons. This process has been 3 years in the making and we are super proud of the progress. Unfortunately, I am not always able to reach all my parents and community through open houses and parent meetings. The library often gets overlooked. I created this tour to give future and current students and parents, as well as teachers and community members, an inside look into the amazing things we have going on in our Learning Commons Space.

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