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Virtual reality can radically change education: Simulanis CEO Talwar

24 January, 2018

Schools and colleges are yet to warm up to virtual reality in India, says Raman Talwar, chief executive at Delhi-based Simulanis, which has raised $500,000 (Rs 3.19 crore) in a pre-Series A round from Education Catalyst Fund. In an interaction with VCCTV, Talwar also says that the country comes last on the priority list of firms planning a VR rollout. He also talks about the challenges VR firms face and Simulanis’ plans.

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