Today we “visited” the Statue of Liberty with virtual reality using some virtual reality viewers! It was very fun and almost felt like we really were there with our tour guide, Mrs. Yollis. But you couldn’t see your OWN FEET!
How it worked is you had some goggles and a partner, and you were either on the chairs or on the rug. You couldn’t sit on an ottoman or a high chair where you could fall off.
When we got off the “bus” to get on the ferry. We saw Liberty island in the distance and soon, we were there. The rangers said that the Statute of Liberty was made of copper, gifted by France and Gustave Eiffel the man who made the Eiffel tower also made the statue of liberty.
Look up here there are seven points on her crown that stand for the seven continents and seas.
The Statute of Liberty herself is 46 meters tall, but with her vast pedestal, she is 93 meters tall.
Sadly we had to go “back” to school after the fun “trip”.
Have you ever experienced virtual reality, If so, where did you go?
Have you ACTUALLY gone to the Statute of Liberty?