Australian students being taught via Hologram: Pearson Australia Partners with Microsoft in world first

 

3 May 2017

Students at Canberra Grammar are the first school kids in the world to trial the new Pearson content and holographic technology.


Hololens is the world’s first untethered holographic computer. Worn as a headset, it allows the user to place 3D interactive holograms in their everyday environment.


For this project, Pearson's Immersive team is focusing its efforts mixed reality, or the merging of digital content into the physical world.


As always, our goal is for the technology and content to enable teachers to empower their students and help set them up with the creative and technical skills they will need for the workforce of the future.


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