The resources of the VR2GO lab provide unique opportunities to the WSU community to conduct research with emerging technology in education and prepare future educators to utilize new technologies in the classroom. The lab is home to a growing collection of tools for augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and other wearable devices. The VR2GO Lab is located on the WSU Pullman Campus in Cleveland Hall, Room 240. For access to our facility, or if you wish to schedule a tour to try out our equipment, please email Dr. Don McMahon.
Research, Training & Services Areas
Increasing the accessibility of the curriculum
New and established technologies can provide educational resources that can increase the accessibility of the curriculum.
Increasing Functional Skills for Independent Living
Increasing the functional independence of people with disabilities improves their lives, the lives of their families, and the communities in which these individuals live.
Supporting Healthy Living Outcomes
Individuals with developmental disabilities often have significantly lower participation in exercise than individuals without disabilities.
Emerging Technologies in Education
If you’re interested in accessing our facility or learning more about our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with researchers and educators from all backgrounds and disciplines, and we look forward to working with you to advance the field of education through the use of emerging technologies. View our publications & projects pages to gain a glimpse into our work.
Support the Lab
Are you interested in funding our exciting next-generation technology research for students? If so, there are great opportunities to become involved in our work. Your funding is critical to the growth of the VR2GO Lab. If you are interested in donating to the lab, please visit the WSU foundation page.
If you would like to schedule a meeting to tour the lab, and learn more about how your donation can help support research and outreach activities, please contact Dr. Don McMahon.