Vitural Reality Tech: A Tool to Introduce Manufacturing to K-12 Students

ReadyCT and CONNSTEP, affiliates of CBIA committed to workforce development, are midway through a pilot project designed to introduce and assess the efficacy of TRANSFRVR technology in K-12 manufacturing education.

CONNSTEP, Connecticut’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) center, was awarded a one-year grant from America Works, an initiative of the MEP National Network; the funds were used to lease five TRANSFRVR Oculus headsets. Through a no-cost loaner program operated by ReadyCT, the headsets are available to schools and manufacturing organizations through September 2022.

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