After a few lessons about the solar system, it’s time for the main event. Three students are brave enough to go first. Their teacher helps them put on the goggles and gloves with some minor adjustments. The blank monitor to the side of the classroom switches on and the rest of the class sees what the three students see through their goggles: Saturn floating before them, slowly revolving. The class gets excited and starts urging them to try to touch the rings. Through the gloves, the three students feel the vibrations of the rocks in the rings hitting their fingers. One of the students flies off towards the rings. On the monitor, the class sees a rock as big as a house zoom by their classmate. Welcome to education in the metaverse.
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