VRinSight: Green Paper-Boosting Virtual Reality in Learning

VRinSight Green Paper, published in September 2020, provides an overview of current VR  developments with key note addresses from experts across Europe from both education and industry.  The publication also includes a selection of best practice examples from similar research projects  and provides recommendations for current and potential stakeholders involved in developing policy related to VR education.

On page 113, you can find a summary of our project VRACE. Have a good read here.

4th Board Meeting

For the second time the Board Meeting took place virtually. 17 members of the consortium and the coordinator’s team discussed topics like the upcoming mid-term meeting, the planning of the secondments and outreach & dissemination activities. 

Team Building with all VRACE Researchers

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, it was not possible to meet at Facebook Labs in Seattle in April.  So the MDW organized a virtual team building to get to know each other better and discuss synergies among the students. Additionally, it is important to meet virtually as most of the students do their research from home.





Die Presse: Learn how to bluff your ears

In the Knowledge & Innovation section, the Austrian newspaper „Die Presse“ published an article about the international project VRACE on July 4th, 2020.

The article describes the challenges in the field of Virtual Reality and the ambitious goals of VRACE which is part of the Innovative Training Networks in the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Program (Horizon 2020). Read more here.

Virtual Meeting with all VRACE Researchers

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the MDW organized two virtual meetings with all 15 Early-Stage-Researchers (ESRs) and their supervisors on June 18th and 25th, 2020.

All students prepared a presentation including their current research work and collaboration possibilities within the network. In the Q&A sessions there was time to connect and to discuss research challenges.

Right after the meeting, a virtual team building event followed to get to know each other better and to discuss synergies.

Success Story by FFG

The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) published an article about the international project VRACE on May 26h, 2020.

The article describes the challenges in the field of Virtual Reality and the ambitious goals of VRACE which is part of the Innovative Training Networks in the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Program (Horizon 2020). Read more here.