Introduction – Nothing is difficult today, with the slow pace invention and innovation, the idea of converting dreams in action has came alive, so what’s the difficulty in making virtual and reality gadget into gadget in to action. Thought there are virtual reality gadget but the biologist have published about the examination they have done on the benefits and drawbacks of virtual and augmented reality in teaching environmental science. The students with the help of their teacher have researched on this topic have hiked into woods for that very purpose as part of their field study course.
Identification – The story behind the research is the students have given the task with identifying as many species as possible by their vocalizations device. After 20 minutes, most had selected up the territorial call of a red-shouldered hawk and two acorn woodpeckers talking in the trees. A few careful listeners found the twitter of a hummingbird. Students were surrounded by the discussion of words and no one expected to meet up with the camel cameo. But when their teacher and supporter came from the bushes with the small rodent in hand and he delivered a brief unscripted lecture about its characters and then let it go.
Experience – That kind of spontaneous experience and the feeling it summon would be next to impossible to reproduce in a virtual reality (VR) setting. It’s the kind of uncertain thing nature does best, inspiring awe and wonder and hopefully a love of learning outdoors will be beneficial for students. Swift advancements in VR and AR have recently given up a new genre of “electronic field trips” for the students as well as entertainers who love nature and this even mimics hikes, dives and treks through nature. Students internationally have enrolled for more experience with practical feeling even when stayed in bed using VR goggles to “recreate” the encounter at their free time. In fact, many students said the field trip felt the first time in years they had sat quietly in nature, listening and learning, for more than a couple minutes which made provided them piece and satisfaction.
Experiment – A whole trip to virtual reality where students could have transported on a birding trip back to a Pleistocene dawn in those same woods when they were full of 20-foot-tall ground sloths and hungry sabre-tooth tigers or they could have taken them forward in time to a climate-altered future where bird migrations had been disorganize.
Conclusion – Researcher says that AR holds some promise if not used heavy-handedly. Consider by international universities AR simulation, in which users can take pictures of pond wildlife, catch bugs in the mud, and find and measure virtual weather, collect population data and sample water chemistry using their simple smartphone.