The VR2GO lab provides research, teaching, and service opportunities to students, faculty, and the community at Washington State University (WSU). The mission of the VR2GO Lab is to create and test the next generation of instructional technology and assistive technology.
The VR2GO Lab is located in the College of Education at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. The lab provides WSU faculty and students with advanced hardware, software, and research tools to assist in their applied research work in their area of interest. The long-term goal of the lab is to empower individuals, particularly individuals with disabilities, with technology that supports lifelong learning and independent living.
Faculty & Students
Our lab is made up of a team of dedicated faculty and students from the College of Education, who share a passion for exploring the possibilities of Virtual Reality (VR) and its potential applications in education. Our team is comprised of individuals from diverse backgrounds and expertise, ranging from educators to computer scientists, all working together towards a common goal of advancing academic research in the field of VR in education.
Don McMahon, Ph.D.
Associate Professor Special Education
Jonah Firestone, Ph.D.
Associate Professor Science Education
Katie Abrams, Ph.D.
Amanda McMahon, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Kinesiology