Students can ‘visit’ a geological location on Arran in VR and undertake measurements of geological features and their characteristics. Users can record and repeat these site measurements and view the whole geological feature from a birds-eye view.
Researchers and students can enjoy limitless access to physically remote, inaccessible or protected sites. Endless site exploration and data collection is possible without the usual site preservation concerns.
Field trip groups can enjoy unlimited time on site under ideal conditions. Remove the common barriers to field trips such as site access, cost, and weather conditions to provide a remote field trip accessible to any student no matter their location.
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