There’s a lot of excitement about virtual reality (VR)—and there should be. It’s exciting, in its infancy, and reports say VR will be a $38 billion dollar industry by 2026.

But there also seems to be a lot of confusion about virtual reality.

What does virtual reality mean? Do universities and colleges even need virtual reality? And if so, how can they affordably integrate virtual reality? How can they make sure that an investment in virtual reality pays off?

Virtual reality is a powerful tool, and can provide an experience that’s both memorable and influential. They know that it can be a deciding...

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Zack Mertz is vice president of Design and Production for CampusBird