Imagine this.

Give me 5 minutes of your time…

and I’ll bring you to the Great Wall of China in Beijing and let you step on the only man-made structure that can be seen from the moon…

and by turning your head to the left, I’ll bring you to Antarctica, where you will see huge ice bergs crashing into the sea, which is the effect of global warming…

and then turn to your right, I’ll bring you to a laboratory in TESLA, USA, where you’ll see the future of vehicles (yes, they are really inventing cars that drive by themselves!)…

and then by looking down, I’ll bring you far out to the oceans, where you’ll see how the great white shark hunt for food…

And you’re seeing and experiencing all these just by sitting in class, wearing a pair of VR (Virtual Reality) goggles.

Technology have changed our world. Technology have changed our way of learning too!

Gone are the days where students just learn about geography, history, physics, biology from textbooks.

At Brain Matter, we want to prepare our students for the future. We want our students to get first-hand learning experience that will be embedded in their minds for life. We want to bring our students to see the world… at the comfort of their home.

This is why we want our students to experience Virtual Reality, before it becomes the norm.

In this upcoming holiday, Brain Matter will be collaborating with Kreativ Minds in a “EVERYONE CAN VR” Workshop! This workshop is supported by Lifelong Learning Council, with the aim of encouraging experiential learning among our children, providing them a valuable learning experience!

During this 1.5hour free workshop, participants will: 

– Learn what is VR and how VR is created?
– Try out the VR set and experience the process of Learning with VR ! They will get a chance to journey inside the human body, dive into the deep oceans, travel beyond the Solar System, meet with the largest dinosaurs ever lived and much more!
– Create their own personal 360-degree video to share with the world about their dreams and aspirations!

About the Speaker:

Since 1999, Alicia Hoe has been doing creative work from background designs for 2D games, marketing collateral for event promotions, to e-learning materials for university courses. She also taught in Nanyang Polytechnic for 6 years in Drawing and Visual Art Techniques for Games and was an Honors Degree graduate in Visual Communications with a major in Animation at Edinburgh College of Art (UK). Her graduated film ‘The Ring’ was screened during the Edinburgh Film Festival under the McLaren Program in 2004. 
Date & Time: 19 Nov (Sun) 10 am to 11.30 am(Primary Students) / 1pm to 2.30pm(Secondary Students)
22 Nov (Wed) 10 am to 11.30 am(Primary Students) / 1pm to 2.30pm(Secondary Students)
Venue: Blk 501 Bishan St 11, #01-364 S570501, Next to UOB
Cost: FREE
Closing Date for signup: 15 Nov 2017
We are limiting to 10 participants per slot. 
Note: We will send you a text confirmation once you are confirmed for the workshop. If you do not receive our confirmation 3 days after you sign up, kindly register yourself again at the link.
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