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HistoryView Classroom Review by Mr. Clayton

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by Nicholas Clayton I am a special education teacher with a classroom of 4-6th graders. I have students that are all on free lunch, many with single parents, parents on disability, working two or more jobs each, and many of them have never had the opportunity to leave town, let alone our state or country. […]

Virtual Reality Museum Tours Could Be Coming To Texas Classrooms

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Written by Elizabeth Parrish KUT Austin – NPR Coming to a museum near you…virtual reality tours. Boston-based HistoryView.org is partnering with the Texas-based Metroplex360 to create 3D tours of museums, art galleries, historic sites and more. Brian Lyra and Elizabeth Benoit, the co-founders of HistoryView.org, came up with the idea when Lyra was a real […]

Welcome Back to School!

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Hello Teachers and students!   Welcome back to another fun and educational year with HistoryView VR Field Trip Program. Please remember to save HistoryView.org/library to your bookmarks and school resource page. We look forward to creating more virtual reality for you to use with your curriculum. Please send us any suggestions and comments. Safe travels! -Brian […]

HistoryView VR is Expanding its’ VR Field Trip Program

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by vredtech.com Students from around the country are exploring many unique places from all corners of the world through the VR Field Trip program. The service is being offered by HistoryView VR as a means of bringing students to special sites that they might not normally have easy access to. With the HistoryView app, students […]

HistoryView VR visits Vermont

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HistoryView captures Vermont State Capital in VR This 360° video show Brian Lyra, CEO of HistoryView.org, taking a 360° photo with a Matterport 3D camera – take the tour here: If you know of any local museums, art galleries, or historical heritage sites please contact us ASAP. HistoryView captures Cornish – Windsor Covered Bridge in […]