The VR case of the Max Planck Institute for Behavioural Biology is an interactive flight case that motivates students to actively shape their future.
With the Flightcase 1.0, the pupils dive directly into the world of birds: Virtual reality goggles enable the viewer to fly on the storks' backs in the updrafts. The current locations can be called up on a map via an app. The data comes from small GPS transmitter backpacks on the birds' backs. The "MaxCine" Flightcase 1.0 motivates pupils to actively shape science and the future of the planet. Six people can work with the Flightcase 1.0 at the same time.
Further information: www.ab.mpg.de/194431/flightcase
(Source: Max Planck Institute for Behavioural Biology)