What do you think of the education system in your country?(3/3)
- Johnny from the USA -
On the other side, it could be said that some schools might care too much about these programs, and students might not learn as much about history, science or literature as they should. It's a very new thing to get students to want to learn about science, as a lot of students see it as being geeky or nerdy. I find history and literature to be extremely important, as they can show us how people in the past made mistakes so we may not make them in the future. In the States, if you ask students about our history, they may not even be able to answer some of the simplest of questions.
Virtual reality content is growing, though slowly
Lucas Wilson loves new technology that allows him to be creative. "I have a love of shiny objects." That's why he's now producing content in virtual reality. "Every director that I talk to, every creative that I talk to, wants to do virtual reality because it's new. 'Cause it's new and it's cool and..." But it may be a while before consumers will see a full movie. Wilson says there are a couple of reasons for that. First, viewing technology is still in its infancy. "Just looking through those lenses, looking through those optics, for more than about 15 or 20 minutes, you start to feel the eyestrain, so you need to take a break."