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Virtual Reality Dissections

$205.00 - $895.00

National award-winning science teacher Wendy Martin guides you through a fully immersive virtual reality dissection. VictoryXR's procedures are a true-to-life experience, covering each step that students would take if dissecting specimens in their classroom. The procedures are aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards* and similar to those used in Carolina's own hands-on dissection kits. Each license is a 1-yr subscription for 10 VR-ready computers or VR headsets. Note: See requirements.

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Join Wendy Martin, national award-winning science teacher, as she guides you through a virtual reality dissection procedure. Learn the fundamentals of an organism's anatomy through its various systems in each fully immersive VR experience. Note: Requires virtual reality headset. See requirements below.

Maximize Student Learning Via a Teacher-Facilitated Procedure
VictoryXR's virtual reality dissection software is a hands-on dissection opportunity experienced through the power of VR. This true-to-life practice thoroughly covers each step of the procedure, just as students would do if they were dissecting an actual specimen in the classroom. A digitized version of a licensed science teacher appears as a hologram, guiding users throughout the entire process. Learning can take place anytime and anywhere.

Provide an Authentic Science Experience Aligned to National Standards
Trust this VR software to give a realistic experience. Using original and lifelike physical models, each dissection was recreated in exquisite detail, offering a comparable alternative to an actual preserved specimen classroom dissection. Teachers can feel good about substituting VR for the real thing because the dissection procedures and instructional content are similar to those used in Carolina's hands-on dissection kits. And the entire program adheres to the Next Generation Science Standards* (NGSS), America's newest framework for science learning.

An Affordable Dissection Alternative
Schools benefit from providing a hands-on alternative for students who want to opt out of dissection. VR dissection also can be used as a supplemental learning platform. Pacing is user-controlled to ensure maximum understanding as you progress through the program. Wendy Martin covers each of the organism's systems while posing questions along the way to check for understanding.


  • One of these virtual reality systems:
    HTC Vive®
    HTC Vive® Pro
    Oculus Rift®
    Oculus Rift® S
    Windows® Mixed Reality
    Valve Index®
  • Windows® 10 PC with these specifications:
    Video card: NVIDIA® GTX 1060/AMD Radeon RX® 480 or greater
    CPU: Intel® i5-4590/AMD Ryzen® 5 1500x or greater
    Memory: 8 GB RAM or greater
    Ports: 3x USB 3.0
    Output: Display Port/HDMI, depending on the VR headset chosen
  • SteamVR® software installed through the Steam platform

After initial setup, simply load the program, put on your VR headset, and you’re ready to learn.

Each license is a 1-year subscription for up to 10 VR-ready computers or VR headsets.

*Next Generation Science Standards® is a registered trademark of WestEd. Neither WestEd nor the lead states and partners that developed the Next Generation Science Standards were involved in the production of this product, and do not endorse it.