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Virtual Reality

HKT education pioneers VR technology in schools

Google Cardboard Pro

HKT education’s VR plan enables students to visit distant locations and interact with all kinds of entities and items in a virtual world.

Students can tour museums, historical sites, art galleries and exhibitions – or visit the North Pole for close encounters with wildlife and explore the human body.

Immersive learning experience

VR can overcome the kind of time and location barriers posed by busy schedules in mainstream schools, thereby making impractical field trips possible.

Visualizing complex and abstract learning concepts

Complex graphics and arithmetic can be explained through virtual reality, giving rise to clearer understanding among students. For example, items such as DNA, anatomy, geography and ecosystems can be illustrated in three-dimensional clarity.

Stimulating student creativity

Interactive learning generates an appetite for learning and creativity among students, as well as enthusiasm for researching new technologies and other topics.

Comprehensive one-stop virtual reality
eLearning teaching package

Cardboard Pro
 Easy to use
 Ergonomic design 
Cardboard Lite
 Easy to assemble
 Ever-greater versatility
• The upper right-hand button on the HKT education Cardboard Pro/Lite represents the official Google Cardboard design 
• Materials used by HKT education Cardboard Pro/Lite have attained security accreditation. Cardboard size, thickness of convex lens (using PMMA materials) and distance between VR viewers have undergone painstaking examination to meet safety standards.
 Works with Google Cardboard
Official Google certification
VR teaching demonstration & application
Teachers can choose from different VR apps based on need, and use HKT education Cardboard, thereby making lessons more interesting and meaningful.
Students can shoot VR videos during field trips and extra curricular activities, then revise/refine content using various applications. They can also share videos with friends and classmates.
Abstract and complicated concepts can be covered because topics such as human anatomy, technical drawing, geography and ecosystems can be illustrated vividly using VR.
In-school Training On VR Teaching and Application & Supporting System
1 In-school installation
2 Introduction to education-related VR apps
3 Training in photography, filming and production covering VR video, plus advice on cameras and purchasing equipment.

A wide range of virtual reality applications for education is now available. Teachers can choose from a variety of VR apps and use HKT education Cardboard – all with the effect of making lessons more interesting and meaningful.

For more information on VR applications for academic use, please contact our eLearning consultant via the 1833282 sales hotline.

  Application Supported Platform Application Area Description
Cardboard iOS / Android VR demonstration
  • Displays VR functionality
  • Regularly updated recommendations for VR appsContent: North Pole, museums
Cardboard Camera Android VR photography
  • Can be used to shoot 360-degree photos
  • Easy to operate
Google Street View iOS / Android VR map
  • Can be used to shoot 360-degree photos
  • Can be used to visit locations of interest and architectural examples
Google Photos iOS / Android VR photo arrangement
  • Cloud-stored photos
  • Share photos or albums among students
  • Download photos to mobile phones and view them with cardboard app
YouTube iOS / Android Browsing VR videos
  • Upload VR videos
  • Share VR videos among students
  • Watch VR videos with special viewer
EON Experience VR iOS / Android VR teaching content
  • Rich content
  • Different series such as locations of interest, human anatomy, and mechanics
Anatomyou: 3D Human Anatomy iOS / Android VR teaching content
  • Enter human organs
  • Observe human body systems (digestive and respiratory and circulation systems)
View-Master Space iOS / Android VR teaching content
  • Solar system
  • Constellations
Google Cardboard Pro

Product safety information

  • Take frequent breaks when using Cardboard. Stop using Cardboard immediately if you experience nausea, discomfort, eye strain or disorientation.
  • Take 20-second breaks after using Cardboard for 20 minutes.
  • Children should not use Cardboard without adult supervision.
  • Do not use Cardboard while driving, walking or in any way that distracts you from real-world situations and prevents you from obeying traffic or safety regulations. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery immediately after using Cardboard if you feel impaired or disoriented.
  • If you have had or could be prone to seizures, consult a doctor before using Cardboard.

For more information, please visit the official Google Cardboard and Ming Pao Daily News websites