In this March 21, 2018 photo, Baylor Virtual Reality club members, James Cotter, left, Sean Blonien, and Jake Rutowski, right, hold their VR headsets that immerse users in 3-D environments at the school's Moody library, in Waco, Texas. VR is already in use for general instruction in some college classrooms, and Baylor officials are exploring its potential.
In this March 21, 2018 photo, Baylor Virtual Reality club members, James Cotter, left, Sean Blonien, and Jake Rutowski, right, hold their VR headsets that immerse users in 3-D environments at the school's Moody library, in Waco, Texas. VR is already in use for general instruction in some college classrooms, and Baylor officials are exploring its potential. Waco Tribune-Herald via AP Jerry Larson
In this March 21, 2018 photo, Baylor Virtual Reality club members, James Cotter, left, Sean Blonien, and Jake Rutowski, right, hold their VR headsets that immerse users in 3-D environments at the school's Moody library, in Waco, Texas. VR is already in use for general instruction in some college classrooms, and Baylor officials are exploring its potential. Waco Tribune-Herald via AP Jerry Larson

Baylor Virtual Reality Club focuses on trending technology

April 15, 2018 01:03 AM