Virtual Reality at ROTEC
Posted on 12/11/2017
William Fleming High School wearing virtual reality goggles with controllers.You could call it a game changer.  With virtual reality, you are no longer playing a video game.  It actually feels like you are transformed into the game.  TV screens have been replaced with goggles and controllers. 

This week, Coding and Game Design students are experiencing high definition Virtual Reality abilities.  M3 Grafix is setting up a 3D booth at both Patrick Henry and William Fleming High Schools. 

It is a chance for students to play video games like never before.  It is allows students to see computer applications in the real world.  Right now, computer coding is considered one of the most important job skills of the future.

Nearly 90 Patrick Henry and William Fleming High School students are currently enrolled in Coding and Game Design through ROTEC.

William Fleming student playing a video game through Virtual RealityWilliam Fleming student holding controllers for Virtual Reality Game DesignComputer screen showing the Virtual Reality GameWilliam Fleming student pointing the controller during a Virtual Reality Game

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