To make our modules more interactive and completely immersive, we have made sure that we have the best interactions suitable for each module. For better learner-content interaction in the VR environment, our modules are specially equipped with the following unique interactions:
In this type of interaction, the learner learns the concept being taught in the module by taking a detailed tour, which results in better understanding and improved retention in the learner. For example, if the learner has to learn about a monumental building, there’s no better way than taking a VR walkthrough of the building.
Assemble enables the learner to look deep into a subject. By being able to virtually move into the subject, by knowing and identifying different parts of the subject, the learner can collectively have the knowledge of each part by putting these parts together one-by-one. For example, if the learner wants to learn about the human heart, all the constituting inner parts of the heart are to be understood. This is where “Assemble” helps the learner to explore each part of the heart by virtually moving inside the heart and understanding the functions of each part.
Drag and Drop
Drag and Drop give learners the opportunity of developing learning ownership in the interactive module. By being able to drag and drop objects in the interaction, the learner quickly learns and adapts to the new concept being taught in the module. This way the learner connects more to the module and looks forward to attempting more upcoming interactions. For example, a learner might have difficulties in understanding complex mathematical equations, but by “Dragging” and “Dropping” the parts of the equation and finally forming one complete equation, the burdensome task becomes simple.