Perchance. (Image by Alex Korolov.)

When you think of university level English education, an AR game might not be the first thing that comes to mind.

However, with the current availability of powerful cellphones and inexpensive standalone VR headsets, augmented and virtual reality could be regularly used in college humanities courses sooner rather than later.

In fact, two New York Institute of Technology English professors are already doing just that.

Read full article at Hypergrid Business.