This Black History Month, walk through Black history with ROSE, put your hands on it with TIME and Meta, or read all about it in Virbela’s Black History Library.
Immerse yourself in Black History Month with these XR experiences and learn more about Black Futures Month in an interview with XR artist LADY PHEØNIX.
In 1961, Hank Thomas, along with other Freedom Riders, rode buses and made a bold move that changed the...
Breonna’s Garden is an augmented reality experience designed to foster healing and reconciliation in the memory of Breonna Taylor.
The U.S. Air Force will use VR technology in their SAPR training to better equip trainees with necessary skills to address sexual assault in the workplace.
Filmmakers are harnessing the power of virtual reality and immersive experiences to tackle important social problems and inspire change.
The youth is standing up against racism, and virtual reality has become a force for social good. It is making a positive difference in people’s lives.
XR isn’t just a technology, it’s a social and artistic powerhouse. Consider exploring Black History Month with these moving and educational XR experiences.
After years of anonymity, Chanel Miller, the survivor of the Brock Turner assault, has stepped out from the shadows...