As previously shown, the new google cardboard bringing virtual reality to the classroom, could also be used with refugees in camps. It is inexpensive and could offer refugees a way of experiencing Australia and the things our country can offer them through a virtual experience. A way for them to become familiar with famous landmarks, events and a way of life without war. The simple gadget that could offer so much.
This is the google cardboard (see previous post for more details). An app is downloaded from Google app store to your phone, and away you go.
For those wanting to develop their own virtual experiences, they can join google developers at the following website https://developers.google.com/cardboard/
Advanced computer vision and a whole lot of computing power to transform 16 pieces of video into stereoscopic VR video.