Classrooms are historically a laggard with technological adoption, but this is rapidly changing as the K-12 sector in the US spends more than $1.1 billion annually on educational science materials and digital resources. This demand is expected to grow, with STEM jobs growing twice as fast as other jobs, over 10% year over year.
VR environments are a great way to see complex chemistry concepts and learn about them through interaction because you can dive into liquids and solids, build your own atoms and molecules, and much more. MEL Science’s lessons are compatible with almost any mobile phone using the VR headset. MEL Science has partnered with companies producing VR headsets for schools like Redbox VR, VRXOne, and Growlib which will all have the MEL Chemistry app pre-installed.