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I think this app is amazing for schools and just average joes with a thirst for knowledge.Again the app is great, but there is just one problem.I have a VR and it’s fine, just it doesn’t have any controllers that you hold.The thing is that you need to touch the screen to actually make it work, and it’s a pain to take off my headset, touch the screen of my phone and put it back on to just get through one part of the presentation I want to do.So hopefully you see where I’m going.Just to give you an idea, maybe you should just have some mode where you don’t have to touch the screen for it to work.Other than that the app is great.
Cool. I just need it for school today. Ok bye
This app is great in all but there is a bug when you click the little three lines in the top left corner it shows the menu but when you click the help with markers it crashes please fix thank you for your help
Very bad app I had to is it in school me no like school
Google has delved deeper and deeper into the education market. With it’s free GSuite for Education software, Google continues to add services to benefit educators and students. The Expeditions tool was embraced in classrooms beginning in 2016. The app allows the opportunity to explore the world outside of their classrooms with VR field trips with over 1,000 virtual-reality and 100 augmented-reality tours. The field trips themselves are beautifully engaging explorations of experiences many students would not have otherwise. Mobile devices and VR viewers are used to experience Google Expeditions. These devices can be used to explore and tour museums, art galleries or colleges. They can also experience things like swimming underwater or navigating our solar systems without leaving their classrooms. Expeditions kits purchased through suppliers contain tablets or mobile devices pre-installed with the app, viewers to seat them in, a local wi-fi router, chargers and a storage case. Not all of these items are required to experience the expeditions so there is also an opportunity to build your own kit or explore on your own with the minimum of a device, a viewer and the app. This virtual reality tool was one of the 1st of bring VR into classrooms everywhere with it’s inexpensive Google Cardboard viewer. It is easy to use and completely engaging. The library continues to grow, offering more and more opportunities for immersion learning. The app itself can also be experienced without a viewer. It offers 360° tours using the devices accelerometer. In addition to the expanded VR library, it has added AR to it’s repertoire. With all that this app has to offer, it is a definite must have for classrooms.
As a K-12 educator I think this is a pretty good app for virtual reality. This app allows the user to view different places around the world as well as anatomy. I like that there are to modes, basic VR and then a setting for use with Google Cardboard. I could see this being used in an educational setting to allow students to view parts of the world, like Pompeii to help enhance a lesson. I also like that there are so many science options to help enhance a students understanding like in anatomy. The issue I have is a lot of the different options do not have narration but mostly reading. This could pose a serious issue for younger learners. Overall though it is a great VR tool.
The camera on this app does not even work at all! But it has some pot if the camera works!
It is really good and it’s a very fun app to use
With this new update when you guide a tour and click on a hotspot there’s no more info on it like in the previous version.