Virtual Reality Resources
- Thinglink—Create unique experiences with interactive images, videos & 360° media.
- Google Tour Creator—Tour Creator makes it easy to build immersive, 360° tours right from your computer.
Online Voice Recorder—Our Voice Recorder is a convenient and simple online tool that can be used right in your browser. It allows you to record your voice using a microphone and save it as an mp3 file.
- Oculus Quest—all-in-one gaming headset.
- HTC Vive—Virtual Reality System
- Google Expeditions—Introduce your students to a new way of learning with virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). Download the Expeditions app to get started.
- MergeCube—Hold and interact with virtual objects.
- CSUMB: Immersion!—Come “dive in” with us to experience CSUMB Research Diving from the comfort of your own home. Explore kelp forests, shipwrecks, and more!
- Virgin Islands Reef Response—Tag along with researchers at the University of the Virgin Islands-Center for Marine and Environmental Studies (UVI-CMES), and learn about the work they are doing to preserve vital reef building coral species in the USVI.
- Virtual Dive Gallery of National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa—Sanctuary views that can be enjoyed on a personal computer or a smartphone.
Models & Visualizations
- Sketchfab 3D Models
- MBARI—MBARI’s mission is to achieve and maintain a position as a world center for advanced research and education in ocean science and technology.
- Hydrous Corals—The mission of the Hydrous is to create ‘open access oceans’ so that all people may explore, understand, and engage with marine environments, which are severely threatened by climate change and human impacts.
- Digital Life 3D Animals—We are a non-profit group creating high-quality, accurate 3D models of life on earth for science, conservation and education.
- University of Dundee Museum Collections—The University has over 30,000 historic artifacts, artworks and specimens acquired during the 134 years of the institution’s existence.
- Interactive globe of ancient Earth—This map created by Ian Webster can show you how the earth under your current address changed over the course of some 750 million years.
- Virtual Reality 101: What You Need to Know About Kids and VR from Common Sense Media
- Unofficial Cardboard—Cardboard 360° viewers