UCV and Innoarea teach a virtual class about COV-2

Many organizations in the education sector have been forced to close their doors due to the crisis we are experiencing because of COVID-19. Faced with the impossibility of conducting face-to-face classes, many of them are reinventing themselves and opting for distance learning so that students can continue their education.

Universidad Católica de Valencia has joined this new teaching methodology through the virtual platform Innorooms, developed by Innoarea Projects. Last Wednesday David Fernandez, Director of the E-learning and New Technologies Service (SENT) of the UCV offered a class in this VR environment in which he analyzed the SARS Cov-2 and how this virus affects lung cells.

In the platform, David Fernandez used 3D representations of organs and cells as well as audiovisual content to clarify in a graphic and understandable way how the virus structure is, how it spreads through the air and how it reproduces inside the organism until it reaches the respiratory system, specifically the alveoli.


The Innorooms virtual platform has many functions that create a VR learning experience very similar to that of a face-to-face class.

One of the most important is that “it allows the use of objects designed in three dimensions with which students will be able to see, experience and understand graphically what is being explained”, according to the Director of SENT at the UCV.

It also facilitates the autonomous learning of the student and the integration of teaching methodologies such as work by corners or escape rooms through which students can play and learn at the same time.

The application is designed to develop meetings, classes, tutorships and, in general, any training session.

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