Virtual collaboration tools such as conferencing tools and robotic proxies make it possible for students to have meaningful, real-time interactions with each other and instructors.
Microsoft and Pearson Publishing Company have announced that they are going to run educational augmented pilot projects at Texas Tech, San Diego State, and Byrn Mawr College. If you want to learn more about Microsoft’s HoloLens, you can watch this video: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-hololens/en-us/why-hololens
had the opportunity to use a pair of virtual reality goggles at the Southwest by Southwest Education Conference in March. They are surprisingly easy to use. The cardboard ones Google sells only cost $6. Educators are only just beginning to explore the many ways they can be used in teaching and learning.