Dimapur resident Tiajungla Dominica Jamir, vrtual Reality (VR) developer is beating all odds in New York City for her extraordinary web-based platform thay is enhancing traditional learning through VR.
Jamir is also awarded as the ‘Best Practitioner Poster Proposal’ at the iLRN 2020 Conference. Immersive Learning Research Network (iLRN) is an international organisation of developers, educators, and research professionals collaborating to develop the scientific, technical, and applied potential of immersive learning. Her proposal was entitled “Intellect VR: Learning in VR; the VR experience in the classroom
From a very young age, Jamir found computers, gaming, and technology related everything mentally stimulating, engaging and easy to handle. In an EastMojo conversation, she opened up about finding her interest in the VR technology world. According to her, VR is a boon for enhanced education, experience-learning, and memory recall, and can also be a blessing for students limited by socially distanced education.
“As an avid video game player, I was always mesmerized by the evolution of video game technology, and I wanted to know the tech behind video games in VR. I was thrilled to discover that at New York Tech, I would be learning about something I was already so passionate about,” she said.
Inputs: The Northeast Today