While the fundamentals of education haven’t changed, a host of new technologies have transformed the way that educators can impart knowledge and how students can explore and learn in a better, more efficient manner. At BETT 2019 which was recently held at Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Lenovo showcased a host of education solutions at their experiential booth at the fair.
During the tour for invited guests, Ayesha Lee, Senior Commercial Marketing Specialist of Lenovo Malaysia, Steven Cheng, Client Solution Architect of Lenovo Malaysia and Khoo Hung Chuan, Country General Manager of Lenovo Malaysia introduced guests to a series of innovative solutions to meet the rapidly evolving needs of educators and students.
In addition to robustly built drop proof notebooks, Lenovo was particularly proud of showcasing their Lenovo VR Classroom technology that aims to be an all-in-one VR classroom with all the tools, content and features needed to allow students to visit some of the world’s most interesting locations in virtual field trips such as NASA’s Flight Control Centre, the pinnacle of Mount Everest and more via Google Daydream and Google Expeditions.
Key to making this happen is the Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream VR headset that is not tethered to a cable nor does it rely on PCs or phones. Instead, the Lenovo Mirage Solo is relatively self contained and has a 5.5-inch QHD headset display paired with a wireless Daydream controller to offer interactivity with content.
Other additions to the Lenovo VR Classroom suite include commercial routers, customised lessons plans and more. For more on BETT Asia 2019 swing by here. For more on the Lenovo VR Classroom visit their page here.