Visual Deep Diving Through Blood Vessels.

In Memory and Learning, Virtual Reality by Brainy Days Ahead

The San Francisco visual learning firm Lifeliqe (pronounced “Life-like”) is testing educational apps for Microsoft’s HoloLen augmented reality (AR) smartglasses. One of the apps has students exploring the human circulatory system. One educator said, “…students were excited to dive into the blood vessel because they could visualize it, which should help their memory.” The ideas of deeper learning and memory retention are among the, as yet untested, hopes of developers and educators alike. VentureBeat reports that Microsoft is the second tech giant to partner with Lifeliqe after an earlier deal with HTC Vive.