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Unattributed | Alive

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Last Raised

$780K | 4 yrs ago

About VictoryXR

VictoryXR is a virtual reality technology solutions provider in the sectors of ag equipment, education, real estate, and corporate training. The company focuses on content creation and basic technology solutions that transport the user from their current location to places around the world where learning and information gathering rises to a level that is almost as real as actually being there.

VictoryXR Headquarter Location

5200 SW 30th St

Davenport, Iowa, 52802,

United States


Latest VictoryXR News

Morehouse College Starts VR Classes With VictoryXR

Mar 9, 2021

Morehouse College is teaching two class in VR using the Victory XR platform (based on Engage), with support from Qualcomm, which provided an Oculus Quest 2 to students. The Quest utilizes the Qualcomm’s XR2 chip set, as does every other mobile VR headset with the exception of Magic Leap (for now). Using this headset, remote students meet on a virtual Morehouse campus to attend their virtual classes. VictoryXR has created over 240 VR & AR experiences covering over fifty different learning units such as anatomy, molecular biology, astronomy, paleontology, ancient history, and rooms for other immersive learning. Using the Engage platform from VR Education Holdings, Victory XR provides classrooms, 3D VR objects, and professional development for educators. The Morehouse College campus in VictoryXR. VicotryXR Morehouse College, the alma mater of Martin Luther King Jr., Spike Lee, and Senator Raphael Warnock, offers two classes in VR this spring. The first two classes to be taught on the digital twin VR campus will be Biology 105 focusing on men’s health, taught by Dr. Ethell Vereen and History 112, world history, taught by Dr. Ovell Hamilton. Both professors gave the press a demonstration last Friday that illustrated the many creative tools VR offers. Dr. Vereen showed how students will construct models of molecules in VR, just as they would with real models in the physical world. And Dr. Hamilton created a creative new way to use teleportation and scale to illustrate the position of Napoleon’s troops in Russia. “Higher ed must not be afraid to take remote learning to a more immersive and effective level,” said Dr. Hamilton. “With this virtual reality campus, students will be able to travel back in time and stand on a Naval carrier or travel to places across the globe.” MORE FOR YOU

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