Using low-cost virtual reality, education activist Jessica Ochoa Hendrix helps bring science to life in schools across the US. In this quick talk, she explains how a VR experience she developed invites students to explore underwater <a href=”https://www.homeworkgain.com/downloads/assignment-35/”>ecosystems</a> as if they’re marine biologists — and envision themselves in other careers they might not have otherwise imagined.
https://www.ted.com/talks/jessica_ochoa_hendrix_how_virtual_reality_turns_students_into_scientists (Links to an external site.)
Although not related to Cyber directly, the concept of VR has implications in many aspects of<a href=”https://www.homeworkgain.com/downloads/assignment-35/”> Information Security</a>. How could you use VR to improve how we “do” network security, as it relates to our class (at least what we’ve covered) Think about this topics in terms of Network Development, network troubleshooting, network attacks. etc.
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