There are oohs, ahhs and sometimes “unrepeatable” words.
There is spinning, crouching, and head tilting accompanied by hesitant voice commands and imperfect finger motions.
But the very first thing they say is invariably the same:
“Oh my god.”
From freshmen to deans, each person has had the same reaction as they slip on the mixed reality headset in Professor Walter Johnson’s physics lab for the first time – and step into the future of teaching at Suffolk University.
“Everyone is like a kid in a candy store” when they first try multiple reality technology, says physics student Allen Alfadhel. “They start thinking about the ways that they can implement this platform into their fields.”