Google brings its Expeditions VR for 15 more cities

By | November 10, 2015


Google has expanded its Expeditions Virtual Reality Program to 15 more cities give more students to get virtual reality experience in their classroom. Google’s this VR education program allows students to explore more than 120 locations ranging from caves to outer space in more immersive way through VR.

The Alphabet owned company has today announced that as of now more than 100,000 students have benefited from Google’s Expeditions program. Now the company has expanded this program to 15 more cities and the name of these cities are Alexandria, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, and Washington DC.

Google is also planning to bring this VR educational program to Canada, Singapore and Denmark pretty soon. This program from Google offers ASUS smartphones and tablet for the teachers along with router for connecting all the devices. It also features Google Cardboard or Mattel View-Master VR viewers.

The teachers interested in this program for their classes can sign up here.