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TOMSK, Oct 5 – RIA Tomsk.
of Tomsk State University (TSU) are developing a VR laboratory for students in
grades 7-9, which will help study physics by conducting practical classes and
experiments in a virtual environment, which is especially relevant with a
distance learning format, the university's website reports on Tuesday.
It is specified that the
development is carried out together with physics teachers from schools in Tomsk
and Kazakhstan, which help to form theoretical material.
laboratory work had to be explained by teachers only theoretically in the
conditions of distance learning. And our system will help expand the
capabilities of the remote format of education in schools," the project
manager Stanislav Torgaev is quoted in the message.
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Virtual laboratory work in physics
Employees and students of
the Department of information technologies in the study of discrete structures
of the radiophysical faculty of TSU intend to ensure maximum realism and the
proper level of immersion: the developed system should convey experience,
impressions and knowledge close to those that a student receives during
laboratory work in real life.
"This can be achieved
through a better implementation of the laboratory's visual presentation, management
process, physical interactions of all components of the system, as well as
well-developed VR mode. The virtual lab is being developed in Unreal Engine 4.
The developed system will have two work modes: VR and regular (game)," the
At the first stage of the
project, it is planned to assemble a bank of laboratory work for grades 7-9
according to the school curriculum. Further, it is planned to develop
additional laboratory works that allow you to master the material more deeply
and whose implementation within the school is impossible for one reason or