Japanese Students Attend Opening Day of Class in VR

Published by , April 10, 2016 8:41 pm

(VRScout) The online N High School, operated by publishing and media company Kadokawa Dwawngo Corp., said 73 of its 1,482 freshmen attended the opening ceremony in VR.  Instead of traveling to Tokyo, the students had a Gear VR headset and were instructed to all simultaneously tune into the official VR ceremony where the school’s headmaster spoke.
The Opening or Entrance ceremony is an important milestone in the lives of Japanese students. Nearly as formal as graduation ceremonies, the Entrance Ceremony congratulates students on their achievement and mark the beginning of the students’ full-time education.

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