"According to the researchers, the average score on the pre-test was around 36 percent in all three conditions, with no significant differences between conditions. And the average score on the post-test was about 58 percent across the board, with no significant differences between the modes of learning. The students learned equally well with all three modes."—Source: Campus Technology
WHY THIS MATTERS:
This study begs an important question: if VR performs just as well compared to more traditional forms of learning, what can it do when applied outside the box of conventional education models?