Free Educational VR modules ready for your classroom

Here’s how to access the Veative VR Learn demo modules found below:

Veative can output to any format and, for simplicity, all of our samples are provided for Google Cardboard. Please contact us directly for information about other formats.
Before starting, make sure you have a VR-ready android mobile phone, wireless controller and Google Cardboard device. Note that controller keys and its functionality may vary depending on the type of controller used. Alternatively, for large-scale sampling, contact us using the details below to request Veative's new All-in-One VR Headset and wireless controller.
  • Select from the list of demo modules to download to your VR-ready android mobile phone.
  • Install the app on your VR-ready phone. You will see a new VR app icon on your phone after installation. Click on the app to open it.
  • Place your phone in any Google Cardboard Device and use a wireless controller to play the module.

Axial Skeletal System

Overview

The human skeletal system is categorized into two types: the axial skeletal system and the appendicular skeletal system. The axial skeletal system is comprised of the skull, vertebral column, and rib cage.

Learning Objectives

In this simulation, you will be able to :

  • Identify and label the bones of the human axial skeletal system
  • Construct the human axial skeletal system
  • Identify bones and name them

Anatomy of Heart

Overview

The human heart is one of the main organs of the human body which controls blood circulation throughout the body. It has a very unique structure and each part of the heart has a specific function.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify different parts of the human heart
  • Describe the location of nodal tissues
  • Explain the process of electrical conduction

Volume and Surface Area of Cylinder

Overview

The formula for curved surface area, total surface area and the volume of a right circular cylinder.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this simulation, you will learn that:

  • The curved surface area of a cylinder equals 2πrh
  • The total surface area of a cylinder equals 2πr(h+r)
  • The volume of a cylinder equals πr2h, where r is the radius and h is the height of the cylinder

Percentage

Overview

To calculate the percentage of a percentage, convert both percentages to a fraction of 100, or decimals, and multiply them.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this simulation, you will be able to:

  • Define percentage
  • Calculate percentages
  • Calculate a discount and discounted price

Friction and its Causes

Overview

Frictional force is a force that slows down moving objects or prevents stationary objects from moving.

Learning Objectives

In this simulation you will be able to:

  • Explain frictional force
  • Understand that frictional force acts between a pair of surfaces in contact
  • Explain how frictional force acts in a direction opposite to the force applied
  • Infer that rough surfaces create more frictional force than smooth ones

Simple Machines

Overview

A machine is something that makes work easier and faster for us by changing a small force into a larger one, changing a small movement into a larger one, or changing the direction or position of a force. There are six simple machines - pulley, inclined plane, wedge, screw, wheel and axle, and lever.

Learning Objectives

In this simulation you will get acquainted with:

  • Six types of simple machines
  • The workings of various types of simple machines, by changing the size or direction of force
  • The application of simple machines

Atoms and their Symbols

Overview

There are over a hundred different types of atoms, and these are called elements. Each element has a special name. For example, carbon, oxygen and hydrogen are all elements. Each element is given its own chemical symbol, like O for oxygen and Cl for chlorine. Chemical symbols are usually one or two letters long, but sometimes three letters are used.

Learning Objectives

After playing this simulation you will be able to:

  • Identify element symbols
  • Write element symbols

Neutralisation Reaction

Overview

Acids dissociate in water and release hydrogen ions. Alkalies dissociate in water and release hydroxide ions. The process in which hydrogen ions given off by an acid combines with hydroxide ions given off by a base to form water is called the neutralisation reaction.

Learning Objectives

Identify the ions present in acids and bases

  • Demonstrate the neutralisation reaction of an acid and a base
  • Combine ions to perform a neutralisation reaction between an acid and a base