A virtual reality lab for scientific research, engineering, and technology.
That’s the premise of the company behind the VR Lab, which will provide students with virtual reality technology that they can then experiment with in the real world.
The VR Lab will allow students to experience what it would be like to do lab work in the field of physics, chemistry, biology, and biology and biochemistry in virtual reality, according to a press release.
“Our lab will allow the students to explore their own minds in a space that they don’t have to worry about when they work in real-life labs,” said Dr. Rohan Singh, president of VR Lab.
“Students will be able to get to grips with real-world lab conditions, learn from the best minds in the world and discover the science behind it.”
Students will have access to a variety of different VR technologies, including Oculus Rift headsets, Google Cardboard, and Samsung Gear VR, according the release.
VR Lab also plans to offer a variety “experiences,” including a “lab simulation” that will allow for students to take part in real life labs.
Students can expect to spend $50 per semester in VR Lab for up to three months.
The Virtual Science Lab is one of several VR labs currently under development.
Another, the VR Laboratory for Medical Engineering, is being developed by a consortium of companies including VR Labs and Google Cardboards.
The VR Labs is being launched in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania and the University at Buffalo, which also operates a VR lab.
The Virtual Science Laboratory will be available to students from August, with additional locations to be announced.
The launch of VR Labs comes as the VR market is expected to reach $8 billion by 2021.
It has been estimated that $300 billion worth of VR devices will be sold by 2021, according TechCrunch.
The technology is expected in everything from wearables to gaming consoles, and the company’s CEO and founder, Mark Rubin, has predicted that the VR industry will see a $100 billion annual growth rate by 2021 according to TechCrunch, citing the fact that virtual reality is a big deal in many areas of life.