My love of immersive education started when I was a child and I kept asking my teachers weird questions like "why can't I touch amoeba instead of just drawing " or "I don't get H20 - was it the two molecules of hydrogen that left their space to be with the molecule off oxygen or vice- versa"
This were questions they had answers too because they neither expected such nor have answers to them but I kept thinking and saying to myself, there has to be a way out. .
Fast-forward to 2014 when I had my first VR experience, I knew this was it! All of the questions I've asked my Physics, Chemistry and Biology teachers came with loads of options to get my questions answered so I embarked on my research work. .
In 2016, after loads of scrutiny and peer reviews, the first VR research work in Africa by an African was published! Yes, my paper was the first, making schools and IDP settlements my data collection field! .
Today, research is ongoing and am interested in VR for medicine, -especially surgery- again, I haven't met surgeons who are brave and ready to challenge the status quo.
P.S : In case you find daring surgeons please let me know by tagging then in this post.
Am wearing the latest VR headset from @google
Let me know if you'd love ❤ to experience virtual reality . We might just pull some things off!
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