Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies are radically changing the way we teach. Teachers are now able to project rich digital data into the physical environment of their classrooms thus creating immersion and hands-on learning experiences. AR / VR has the potential to motivate students by incorporating complex concepts and event learning, including game-based learning, and to promote self-directed and social emotional learning.
I have already reviewed some interesting AR resources to use with your students in the classroom. In today’s post, I am sharing with you this useful AR resource Google Arts and Culture To help take students on a virtual field trip to some of the most popular museums around the world. In doing so, students will learn about different cultures, explore ancient works of art, and explore human history from the comforts of their own place.
For more museum options for students to use, check it out Collection From Google Arts and Culture More than 1200 international museums. Students can also explore museums using geographic areas This map.
To access any of the following museums, go here This page On Google Art and Culture, scroll down to find a museum, and then click to literally explore it.
1- British Museum, London, UK
The British Museum in the UK (UK) has an art collection of two million years of human history and culture. “Once one of London’s most fashionable residential areas, the British Museum has an extensive collection of world art and artefacts. Virtual wander around the Great Court and its iconic glass and steel roofs – the largest Cover Square Europe – before visiting cultural treasures such as the Rosetta Stone and the original Easter Island statue. .. “
2- Guggenheim Museum, New York
“New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s unique corkscrew design means visitors can travel up to its circular ramp and see its art collection in an unbroken, unbroken journey. The Frank Lloyd’s Wright-designed building is home to an ever-expanding collection. Modern and contemporary art. “
3- Musée d’Orsay, Paris
“Once upon a time there was a Buक्सs-Arts railway station on the edge of the Seine, the Muse d’Orse is now one of the largest art museums in Europe. Take a virtual tour of the impressive Art-Nouveau building. “
4- National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul
“One of Korea’s only museums dedicated to modern and contemporary art, MMCA is spread over 4 buildings in Gwachen, Deoxugung, Seoul and Cheongju. Take a virtual tour of MMCA Seoul in the city center, which is spread over 6. Floors and admire world contemporary art collections in Korea and beyond. . “
5- The Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany
The Pergamon Museum houses three of the collections of the Statlis Musen Zoo Berlin: the Antikensemmalung, the Vorderasiatis Museum and the Kunst Museum of Islam. As a result, it is the museum of Statli and the most visited museum in all of Germany. “
6- Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
“The Riksmuseum is where you’ll find more than 8,000 art and history items on display from 1200 to 2000 – just a fraction of the museum’s collection of 1 million items. The Dutch Golden Age. “
7- J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
“The J. Paul Getty Museum in California provides a backdrop for his art collection, with dramatic architecture, quiet gardens and views of Los Angeles. Asian and American photographs. “
8- Ufizi Gallery, Florence
“The Uffizi Gallery is a legacy of the art collection of Medici’s ruling house in Florence. The U-shaped building features the works of Renaissance old masters such as Michelangelo, Leonardo, Boticelli and Titian. The building was originally built for administrative and judicial purposes. “
9- MASP, Sao Paulo
“This architectural icon in Sओo Paulo was designed by Lina Bo Birdie and is Brazil’s first modern museum. Floating design is reflected in its internal art exhibitions.
10- National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City
“Explore this museum and in the middle of it you will find a huge pond under a huge square concrete structure supported by a single pillar known as El Paraguas or Umbrella. Stone heads found in the forests of Tabasco and Veracruz. “