Although virtual reality may be experiencing slow adoption in the consumer market, one area where it seems to have truly untapped potential is in the classroom where virtual worlds could help students visualize and learn about history, science, and culture in an unprecedented fashion. To capitalize on VR’s increasingly instrumental role in visual education, Facebook-owned Oculus VR announced today that it’s distributing a number of its tethered, high-powered Rift headsets and standalone Go headsets to education institutes around the world, starting with Seattle, Taiwan, and Japan.

Source: Oculus is bringing its Rift and Go VR headsets to classrooms around the world – The Verge

Pretty cool stuff, but it’s going to need a easy to use content creation kit for VR to take off in the classroom.