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DPVR Provides 3,000 x P-Series VR Headsets to schools in China Guizhou Province

Last updated Tuesday, March 16, 2021 11:12 ET , Source: DPVR

DPVR provided cutting-edge technology to help students learn about astronomy, biology and more.

Shanghai, China, 03/16/2021 / SubmitMyPR /

DPVR is the driving force behind the Aid Project that is helping schools across the Guizhou Province in China to get access to use 3,000 P-Series virtual reality headsets. They will be used in classrooms to give students a cutting-edge technology experience and a new way of learning.

The electronic distribution of learning materials will give each school the latest technology available to help students learn about topics such as astronomy, biology, language, sports, and many other subjects as required. The teachers can quickly and easily update the information available by using DPVR’s unique central control system software.

The DPVR team made the transition simple and easy with hands-on training sessions conducted so that all the students and teachers could get comfortable with the new way of learning. Using a VR headset creates an immersive experience that can combine text, video, and audio to deliver an incredible immersive learning experience unlike anything before. The DPVR P-Series virtual reality headset offers the latest technology with up to 5 hrs rechargeable battery, Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 chip, 4K resolution display and surround sound speakers.

The P-Series VR headset is compatible with a wide range of software applications that can be used for training and education and can be used in groups of up to 60 people in one classroom. Using virtual reality to deliver training and education is a versatile and cost-effective way to deliver training in an immersive format.

"VR HMD was very cool. When getting into the scene, the earthquake seemed to be happening around me. So that I learned impressively how to deal with earthquakes." said Mei Hua, teacher of Experimental High School of Guizhou. “We found that using VR to teach geography lessons can help students master the content faster. Exposure to advanced technology allowed students to be one step ahead of others in insights."

“The team at DPVR are so proud to see our VR headset technology being used in a school environment where we can give students the most advanced learning experience possible. It opens so many opportunities that create an immersive, interactive experience for students to learn about the world, many years ahead of using outdated textbooks.

Better yet, the content can be updated easily and all the schools can have updated information with simple management tools available to the teachers that keeps them one step ahead.

This technology solution can just as easily be applied to corporate education and training or other commercial applications to save time enabling organizations to train their teams effectively.said Sunny Chen, CEO of DPVR.


DPVR is a world-leading virtual reality technology company based in Shanghai, China, with education, training and medical content partners and customers in 100+ countries all around the world. The VR headset product portfolio includes all-in-one and PC-Tethered HMD. Through continuous innovation, DPVR has built some of the most powerful, user-friendly, and revolutionary virtual reality products for business or home use and was recognized with an IF Design Award in 2019.

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