What is MEL VR Science Simulations?
Chemistry is made difficult by the need to connect the macro and micro worlds in an overall concept and understand how the two are linked. MEL Chemistry VR makes this connection visual. It makes difficult concepts intuitive and interactive to build solid knowledge and long-term memory.
We also provide interactive maker spaces where students can conduct experiments on atoms and molecules that are otherwise impossible, such as constructing your own atom or building your own molecule.
MEL Chemistry is a micro chemistry kit that come with all necessary chemicals, components, and instructions to complete successful experiments. Our aim is to make science education easy, engaging, and effective.
We recommend 1-2 VR Lessons per week, so around 15 minutes
|Company||HQ Location: United Kingdom|
|Age Range||5-7, 8-10, 11-13, 14-16, 17-18, 19+|
|Languages||Chinese, English, French, German, Spanish|
|Requirements||Available OfflineMobile - iPhoneMobile - iPadMobile - Android|
The students need access to our MEL VR App, which can be downloaded from the Android or Apple App stores. This can be any form of phone based VR headsets, such as Google Cardboard, or an Oculus headset. They can also access a flat version of the VR environment on a phone or tablet without the headset.
For the MEL VR app to work correctly, you’ll need the following equipment:
- Phone (student device) – iPhone 5 or above, or Android 4.4 or above. iPod touch is not supported.
- Tablet (teacher device) – iPad 2015 or above or Android device 4.4 or above
- Operating System – iOS 9.0 or above and Android 4.4 or above
- VR Headset – Google Daydream, Oculus Go, Gear VR or any Google Cardboard device with a touch button and without magnet control
MEL VR Science Simulations Pricing
Free VersionFree TrialPaid Subscription
MEL VR Science Simulations pricing starts from £75 / year
A subscription to MEL Chemistry gets you hands-on experiments, VR lessons, and live chemistry classes with science teachers.
We offer 5 free sessions of MEL VR lessons.
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- Learning about a simple (Dalton) atomic model.
- Learning to acquire, modify and produce information in different forms
- Practicing logical reasoning to understand and interpret information in different forms
- Practicing to use information independently and interactively
- Using technology as a part of explorative process
- Learning about changes of state in terms of the particle model.
- Learning to understand and interpret diverse types of texts, from vernacular to academic
- Using technological resources for finding and applying information
- Learning to notice causal connections
- Practicing categorization and classification
- Developing problem solving skills
- Encouraging to build new information and visions
- Learning to build information on top of previously learned
- Learning the Periodic Table: periods and groups; metals and non-metals.
- Learning how patterns in reactions can be predicted with reference to the Periodic Table.
- Learning about the varying physical and chemical properties of different elements.
- Learning about the properties of the different states of matter (solid, liquid and gas) in terms of the particle model, including gas pressure
- Learning about the concept of a pure substance.
- Learning about the chemical symbols and formulae for elements and compounds.
- Learning about reactions of acids with alkalis to produce a salt plus water
- Learning about differences between atoms, elements and compounds
- Learning about conservation of mass changes of state and chemical reactions.
- Learning about chemical reactions as the rearrangement of atoms.
- Understanding and practicing safe and responsible uses of technology
- Practising visual recognition