Can VR help train kids to a specific task By: Yusof Yaghi
A story about a kid who wanted to become a pilot <ul><li>Jim was 16 years old when he began to think about what he wants to become when he grows up. After a few days Jim said he wants to become a pilot </li></ul>I want to become a pilot. It is one of the most exciting careers
Dad I want to become a pilot Okey son, you could be whatever you want but you need very high marks.
I know dad, and I promise I will try my best to be a pilot.
<ul><li>After a while when Jim received his report card acing all subjects he showed his father. The father was very impressed, and told Jim that he will give him a present. </li></ul>
<ul><li>When Jims father was walking in the mall something caught his eyes. He went to see what it was. </li></ul>Sales man: Hello can I help you Jims father: yes please!! What is this on display??
This what you saw on display is a Virtual Reality video game that teaches a person how to become a pilot. Oh my son is going to love this. How much does it cost.
This sir is on discount so it is your lucky day because it costs $100. Why that’s not bad can I please have one? Sure
<ul><li>When Jims father went home he gave the present to Jim. Jim loved it and was addicted to it. Within a year he finished all levels and could be a trained pilot. </li></ul>
Can I please become a pilot You must be kidding kid
No I am not. I know that to land on the moon you need to go at 10000000 km per hour How did you know this information
<ul><li>After passing the test Jim joined forces and was the first teenager to fly spacecraft. When everything went okey the owner bought a lot of these video games and began training his crew </li></ul>