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ENGAGE and VictoryXR will bring educational content to US students.

Many schools have been forced to close their doors due to the recent coronavirus pandemic. This is having an effect on how students are learning. Remote learning has become the only way that students can continue their studies.

With an increased demand for remote learning solutions, VictoryXR, a US-based company will begin using the ENGAGE platform to help support students affected by the coronavirus pandemic. VictoryXR specializes in US-based science curriculum content and virtual animal dissections, both in the VR and AR space. To date, the company has created more than 240 unique VR and AR learning experiences.

Teachers will be able to run live virtual classes using ENGAGE and the imported content library from VictoryXR. Lessons will also be available for replay via the ENGAGE platform.

“VictoryXR is taking school inside virtual reality with ENGAGE. Students will learn with the best teachers and have the best learning labs, all in an interactive virtual world,” said Steve Grubbs, CEO of VictoryXR. “We view ENGAGE as the platform, much like the iPhone is the platform for the world of apps. VictoryXR will build a VR school curriculum app on top of this platform which gives every school and every student access to the best equipment, the best teachers, and the most effective learning.”