It is believed to be the first of all Vancouver Metro libraries, children will be able to wear virtual reality glasses to try to expand educational opportunities.
Colors and details so vivid that they practically come out of the page.
A remarkable phrase for both bookworms and readers, but the Coquitlam Public Library (CPL) makes it a reality for its patrons and visitors by welcoming a series of immersive children’s books with virtual glasses for an experience. educational and unique.
At the height of escaping the real world – another popular saying – CPL has provided interactive readings about the Earth, the universe, white sharks and others.
The organization adds that it is believed to be the first library in all of Tri-Cities and Metro Vancouver to provide this technology to the public.
“IR [immersive reality] Books and goggles create a unique educational experience and help make learning more fun, ”spokeswoman Rachel Burke said in a press release.
CPL explains that the experience simply combines virtual reality concepts (i.e. glasses) with traditional books, along with an IR Books app to bring a subject to life 360 degrees.
IR books and headphones can be found at CPL’s City Center and Poirier offices, as well as through its Library Library mobile services.
For more information, you can visit the Coquitlam Public Library website.