Speak & Seek

Speak & Seek is a multi-player VR game for Google Cardboard designed to help improve group communication skills and encourage critical thinking and problem solving. It was developed by AVRL at UWA with Miriam Sullivan, a lecturer in science communication, and Kate Vyvyan, a curriculum writer for the SPICE program. Development was funded by the Education Futures Scholarship Program.

Speak & Seek was trialled by 100s of students at UWA and was then on display at the 2016 ACSME Conference in Brisbane.