EON Reality’s Augmented Virtual Reality (AVR) Knowledge Grant offers innovative academic institutions a matching grant to deploy a turn-key VR and AR education solution and co-develop content for Educational and Smart Nation applications. This grant focuses on bringing the necessary infrastructure to Colleges and Universities so they can incorporate Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) learning modules into their classes and improve the educational experience of their students.
The AVR Knowledge Grant consists of a customizable AVR platform which creates, manages, and disseminates educational AR and VR content, a state-of-the-art AVR Lab, AVR Curriculum, AR and VR Teaching Specialists, and distribution opportunities for created content to EON Reality’s Global Educational Network.
Universities such as University of California at Irvine, Nanyang Technical University, and Stanford’s Medical School use EON Reality’s knowledge transfer technology to improve their own course offerings, perform Virtual Reality research, and to train new AR/VR developers.
The grant enables innovative Colleges and Universities to expand their capabilities and focus on teaching the knowledge needed for jobs of the future. By blending industry know-how and academic innovation, the Augmented and Virtual Reality knowledge transfer platform empowers professors to focus on higher levels of learning rather than rote memorization. The AVR platform empowers students to learn through doing by analyzing, applying, evaluating, and creating.