IBM will launch a virtual reality headset that allows students to walk into their classroom to interact with computer code.
The virtual reality program, called Virtual Reality Lab, will be available for $50 in August and can be purchased at an IBM store.
Students can interact with the code by pressing buttons on a virtual keyboard.
Students can also access a virtual library of thousands of computer programs and view virtual reality experiences.
The IBM program will offer the ability for students to use the virtual space to perform a range of activities, including games, work, and school.
The program will be used in a wide variety of educational settings, including on campuses, schools, and colleges.
The program will also be integrated into IBM Watson’s Watson Cloud platform, which will allow students to access the code of Watson programs, including those of IBM Watson and Microsoft Research.