Turn leaders into makers by integrating VR technology with the STEAM and Maker initiative
education to cultivate practical ability and an innovative mindset in students.

VR Mysticraft Solutions

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  • VR Mysticraft – Create the Past, Immerse in the Present and Experience the Future!

    Imagine Gladiators performing at Colosseum in the ancient Roman era or walking along the rim of active volcano like Mount Fuji. Well, these days...

  • VR Mysticraft Achieved Great Success in Hong Kong as Students Clinch Prize in Competitions

    NetDragon Websoft and Elernity recently announced that the VR educational product VR Mysticraft has achieved great success...

  • Elernity’s VR Mysticraft Free to Global Users on May 14th

    VR Mysticraft (equivalent to HK 101 Creative Pack), the 3D/VR content editor developed by the leading global VR company, Elernity, will be free to global users on the 14th of May.

  • Cooperation with Pearson in Australian University class

    Integrating the courseware into Pearson’s STEAM course system, Mysticraft will be used by hundreds of thousands of students in Australia.

  • Cooperation with Tokyo Shoseki to enter Japanese market

    Tokyo Shoseki is the leading textbook publishing company in Japan, which provides teaching materials and produces courseware and VR content by 101 Education PPT and Mysticraft for local education system.

  • 2017 Global VR Maker Entrepreneurship Competition

    2017 Global VR Maker Entrepreneurship Competition for global indie developer and company kicked off with the highest bonus of 5 million RMB in June.

  • NetDragon Showed VR Learning Technology at Bett 2017

    NetDragon revealed its modern classroom solutions by immersive learning technology and hosted a series of UK teacher-led seminars at Bett 2017, showing its impetus, power and vision to build a new paradigm for education.

  • VR Experience of NetDragon Shines in InnoTech Expo

    NetDragon’s VR experience demo of Zheng He’s Voyages at the InnoTech Expo 2017 attracted over 110,000 visitors from 12 top universities, primary and secondary schools in HK and China teams of researchers.