"Future Travel" Metauniverse Intelligent Classroom
The future is here, are you here too? I am in the future, where are you?
Embarking on a journey of immersive teaching and learning together.
Our classroom is equipped with advanced technologies that allow students to explore virtual worlds, interact with virtual objects, and engage in interactive simulations. Through virtual reality (VR), Mixed Reality (MR), and other emerging technologies, Developing Two Mixed Reality (MR) Lesson Plans and Four School-Level Virtual Reality (VR) Lesson Plans.
2.Introduction to 4 School-Level Lesson Plans：
(1)Quantum Technology: The system includes experiential experimental spaces and welcome halls, adopting a wireless process that allows students to freely choose equipment for experiments. This enables students to immerse themselves in simulated operational details and learn about the content of quantum technology experiments.
(2)Future Manufacturing: Developing lesson plans on future manufacturing with the theme of production assembly lines in future factories. Students participate in the entire product process from assembling components to packaging and warehousing, emphasizing teamwork, communication, coordination, and learning correct leadership and division of labor during the process.
(3)Future Design: In this lesson plan, students can freely arrange and move furniture and objects to create high-quality space designs, allowing them to learn about the diverse aspects and ideas of interior design through interactive learning.
(4)Circular Economy and Sustainable Development: Using civil engineering and architecture as the teaching content, this lesson plan sets up field and interactive settings. Through collaborative construction of a house, students learn about the environmental impact of different building materials and select the most valuable materials for circular economy to achieve the goal of sustainable education.
3.2 Hybrid Virtual Reality Lesson Plans：
Creating Simulated Computer Assembly System and Simulated Mechanical
Assembly System, Utilizing Microsoft HoloLens for Operations.