VR Use Cases for Admissions
VR Use Case for College Admissions
Universities can now leverage the power of hardware and technology to create more immersive and engaging experiences for their prospective students. By incorporating virtual reality (VR) campus tours using a guide kit, universities can establish stronger connections with their students and enhance their admissions process.
The guide kit is a hardware kit that includes two headsets and a tablet connected to the internet, which allows universities to hold live tours with ease. Whether it’s at a conference, high school visit, or campus tour, the guide kit allows the controller to take the users wearing the headsets on a personalized journey of the university campus. This technology enables the controller to see where the users are looking, providing them with a unique perspective on the university.
Using the guide kit, the controller can pause the tour to discuss a certain location in more detail, allowing prospective students to get a closer look at the facilities and campus life. For example, if you are in the dorms, you can showcase different parts of the dorm and floor and show prospective students what it would be like to live there.
This technology can be a game changer for universities looking to attract prospective students. By bringing the headsets to schools, fairs, and conferences, the admissions team can conduct multiple live tours, giving students a taste of what it’s like to be a student at the university.
In addition to the guide kit, universities can also take advantage of new premium features such as live tours, embedded sponsorships, and videos. With the upcoming shopping cart function within the VR environment, prospective students will be able to visualize themselves on campus and make more informed decisions about their college choices.
If you’re interested in learning more about this use case, let’s schedule a demo together in the next few days. Seeing the experience in VR will clearly demonstrate how hardware and technology can be used to create stronger connections with students and drive enrollment.