In this 15-minute virtual reality film, Nyarri tells the story of his life as part of the indigenous Martu tribe, highlighting Martu perspectives on human-environment interaction and conservation.
We can see the emergence of virtual field trips as an educational and motivational strategy to teach university students. When her students could not undertake physical field trips due to the social and physical distancing practice to prevent the spread of Covid -19, Doctor Christine Connelly has developed the virtual field trips for her students having in mind the educational goals she wanted to achieve.
The Financial Times has picked Rio de Janeiro as the subject for its first virtual reality project, to coincide with the Olympics in 2016. Rio de Janeiro is commonly known as the divided city with the rich and poor living in neighbourhoods just side by side. The immersive 360° documentary explores life in the streets of Rio's favelas - a type of low-income informal settlement in Brazil that has experienced historical governmental neglect.