Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab has created an interactive VR experience which shows the imminent danger that coral reefs are in due to climate change.
The Stanford Ocean Acidification Experience allows users to explore the ocean floor, see the effects of carbon monoxide first-hand, and even do a species count.
“You’re not watching something, you’re doing it,” says Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of the lab and a communications professor. “You learn by doing. These are magic, teachable moments.”
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