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Google Cardboard

posted Jun 12, 2016, 5:40 PM by Muriel Hall
On Wednesday, May 11, BMS students experienced virtual reality panoramas from around the world. With their modern-day “Google Cardboard” 3-D viewmasters propped against their faces, students heads were moving up, down, left, and right as their teachers took them on guided tours of places school buses can’t go--Mount Everest, Ocean Safari, Roman Ruins, and Gettysburg, to name a few. These engaging journeys, as part of the Expeditions Pioneer Program, gave students the opportunity to be immersed in entirely new learning experiences. So cool!








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