Easy-to-use storytelling tools that empower youth to build critical social and emotional skills.
Browser and smartphone based tools that make complex creative workflows accessible to youth.
We offer extensible, tailored lesson plans, specialized digital storytelling workshops.
We design and build mobile storytelling platforms for creating, viewing, and sharing virtual reality, augmented reality, and animation experiences. Our products are available for individual and group licenses.
We help teachers integrate our tools into their classroom through professional development workshops. We also offer consulting services for experiential learning program design and support.
Our partners include K-12 schools, afterschool programs, professional development providers, and non-profits. We are interested in collaborations that take students out of the classroom into the real word to support coursework focused on STEM, social studies, humanities, and career exposure.
We are a team of educators, designers, technologists with a passion for youth voice in education.
What People Are Saying About Us
SocialVR embraces the mission to foster love and learning through technology with a focus on youth storytelling and connected classrooms.
Gregg Behr, Executive Director, Grable Foundation
SocialVR focuses on how VR technology can play an active and prosocial role in education by bringing student narratives, sharing and empathy into focus through the newest of media production and sharing tools.
Illah Nourbakhsh, Professor, The Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
I strongly believe that SocialVR is a powerful and innovative means for both students and teachers in the region to learn and explore the world and engage in conversations that will trigger their curiosity about the world.
Angelica Ocampo, President and CEO, World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
As talk of virtual and augmented reality in the K-12 classroom grows, there is unprecedented opportunity for students and teachers to act not merely as consumers of 360-content, but simultaneously as producers.
Tyler Samstag, Director of Instructional Innovation at Allegheny Intermediate Unit