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ScienceVR brings its users to witness the historical moments of scientific discoveries as a new generation of cross-disciplinary STEM edu-tainment for K12 and beyond. We look for learners, educators, and researchers to participate in our pilot program.










Ada's Engines

Learn Programming
on the first computer
with
Ada Lovelace
and
Charles Babbage











Carroll’s Riddles

Play and Learn
"The Game of Logic"
in the Wonderland
with
Alice, White Rabbit, and
Lewis Carroll











Faraday’s Magnets

Explore Electromagnetism
in the laboratory
with
Michael Faraday
and
James Clerk Maxwell











Maxwell's Equations

Visualize Math & Physics
with
Michael Faraday,
Carl Friedrich Gauss,
André-Marie Ampère, and
James Clerk Maxwell








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Imagination Beyond Time

Discover hidden ideas from the greatest minds in Virtual Reality.

  • A.D. 1589

    Galileo's Pisa experiment

    "Nature is relentless, unchangeable, and indifferent as to whether its hidden reasons and actions are understandable to man or not." - Galileo Galilei

  • A.D. 1704

    Newton's Optic Experiment

    "Have not the small Particles of Bodies certain Powers upon the Rays of Light for reflecting, refracting and reflecting them?" - Isaac Newton

  • “The power which electricity of tension possesses of causing an opposite electrical state in its vicinity has been expressed by the general term Induction.” - Michael Faraday

  • "The Analytical Engine might act upon other things besides number, objects whose mutual fundamental relations could be expressed by science of operations.” - Ada Lovelace

  • “Electricity and magnetism. These two classes of phenomena have since been found to be related to each other, and the relations between the various phenomena of both classes constitute the science of Electromagnetism.” - James Clerk Maxwell

  • A.D. 1895

    JJ Thomson's Discovery of Electron

    "I venture to give an alternative method of regarding the processes occurring in the electric field, which I have often found useful and which is, from a mathematical point of view, equivalent to Maxwell's Theory." - JJ Thomson

  • A.D. 1905

    Einstein's Theory of Relativity

    "When describing the motion of a material point, we give the values of its co-ordinates as functions of the time. Now we must bear carefully in mind that a mathematical description of this kind has no physical meaning unless we are quite clear as to what we understand by 'time'.” - Albert Einstein

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- Past Demos/Events -



Taipei, Sep. 5-7, 2018




LA, July 18, 2018




Stockholm, May 18-20, 2018




LA, April 28, 2018





European Film Market VR (Marriott)
Berlin, Feb. 16-20, 2018

Founders and Friends
- MistyWest, MIT Media Lab -

CES Las Vegas, Jan. 10, 2018

Komma Space
Taipei, Dec. 26-27, 2017

CERN
Geneva, Oct. 4-5, 2017

Royal Institution
London, Sept. 28, 2017

Cavendish Laboratory
Cambridge, Sept. 25, 2017

James Clerk Maxwell Foundation
Edinburgh, Sept. 11-15, 2017

Venice VR (attendee)
Venice Film Festival, Aug. 30-Sept 4, 2017

Cannes Film Festival 2017



Faraday's Lab VR short film screening
Immersive Sciences Showcase

NEXT VR Theatre, May 18 4-5pm

Panel @ Exploring Science Through VR Cinema
NEXT Conference Room, May 19 10-11am

Marche Du Film
Cannes Film Festival, May 17-28, 2017

VR Sci Fest
Stockholm, May 12-14, 2017

AT&T VR/AR Challenge Finalist
Top 1 in Education category, Las Vegas, Jan 4, 2017