Hong Kong Creator Creates Immersion Classroom

Hong Kong Creator Creates Immersion Classroom

 Source: Nanfang Daily

 

The Story of the Bay Area 

“The advent of 5G era will further promote the development of virtual reality industry, which will also accelerate the landing of my educational entrepreneurship project products.” In the view of Hong Kong young entrepreneur Lin Junwen, the combination of virtual reality, artificial intelligence and educational technology innovation will have a very broad market in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Dawan area, which is the field he explores in depth.

The Outline of the Development Planning for the Dawan District of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao (hereinafter referred to as the Outline of the Planning) proposes that we should promote the development of educational cooperation and support the cooperative running of universities in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao. This gives innovative entrepreneurs like Lin Junwen more opportunities in the field of education. In the future, he hopes to further promote the product to more cities in the Bay Area, and strive to set up “VR Classroom” in schools in more cities.

 

Fusion and Promotion of High Quality Education Resources in Three Areas

“In the past, the main form of Internet education products was video or live broadcasting. In this process, students were passive and their attention was easily distracted. Combining virtual reality technology and wearing VR equipment, we can create a new and immersive classroom environment for children, so as to achieve better teaching effect. Lin Junwen introduced that when children are distracted in class, they can even give real feedback through voice, vibration and so on.

One of the bottlenecks to break through in building such a product is the problem of network transmission, and the arrival of 5G era makes it possible to transmit more high-speed images and voices. “Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Dawan District may take the lead in accessing 5G network. This area also gathers a large number of technological innovation enterprises, which can provide industrial chain support on image processors and other components.” Lin Junwen said.

In Lin Junwen’s business blueprint, he not only wants to create hardware products, but also hopes to integrate the educational characteristics and strengths of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao. “Hong Kong has been focusing on professional education since primary and secondary schools, and students can access vocational courses such as accounting and management from the beginning of secondary schools, which will be of great benefit to the future professional development of students.” In Lin Junwen’s view, the advantages of the teaching system in the Mainland lie in the more complete coverage of knowledge points and the better quantification of students’learning outcomes through examinations. “The advantages of these two educational systems can be combined.”

 

Promoting products to more cities in the Bay Area

In fact, this is not Lin Junwen’s first venture attempt. After years of hard work, Lin Junwen personally felt that the cost of starting a business in Dawan District was low, and the business environment of small and medium-sized enterprises was optimized. “In recent years, the state’s support policies for SMEs have increased a lot. Institutions serving SMEs’entrepreneurship have also emerged in batches, and the supplier system has become more and more sound.”

In the future, Lin Junwen hopes to further promote the products to more cities in Dawan District. “In the Outline of Planning, Guangzhou should foster and enhance the functions of science, technology, education and culture centers. This strengthens my business orientation, and I firmly believe that in the future, the links between different cities in the Dawan District of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao will become closer, and the direction of business development of our campuses and branches will become clearer. (Reporter Huang Xuhao)

 

Editor: Yang Zhiming

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