Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classroom
Meet in style
A Virtual Conference Room gives you the opportunity to meet colleagues and clients in a professional setting at a fraction of the cost of meeting for real. Our team of modellers can recreate your own boardroom – or make you an even better one – where you can discuss matters in confidence with an invited audience
The Virtual Conference Room has several important advantages over other meeting methods. Unlike telephone conferencing, you can see who is speaking by looking at the speech bubbles above the avatars’ heads. You will also get a much better sense of what is happening, because you can see who is present and what they have to say.

Activeworlds technology is also a lot simpler, less expensive and more convenient than video conferencing. No cabling is necessary, and you can call a meeting whenever and wherever you feel like it, rather than having to make lots of complex arrangements in advance.

The visual and interactive nature of our Web Worlds gives you the impression of really being there in person. The technology is compatible with other platforms, allowing you to show videos or Powerpoints about your products or ideas. When these are presented, everyone can look at them together – providing a shared experience.
Learn together
Bring students and teachers together in a Virtual Classroom and discover how you can share information in an enjoyable and worthwhile way – even if you’re all in totally different real-life locations. View the learning materials together, see what everyone has to say and who says what. The experience of participating as part of a group encourages interaction, enabling the students to learn from one another just as they do in real life. No travelling or room hire is required – just meet in Activeworlds Europe for as long as you need to and then go your separate ways.
Enhance the experience
Virtual Classrooms can add a vital extra element to traditional book-based learning techniques. Highly interactive, they engage the student more completely and enable him or her to take part in a learning experience rather than just reading about a subject. The additional visual and participatory stimulation can focus the attention and improve recall of the information.