• The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) has launched a new free online educational tool in the metaverse, called “Apollo’s Edition”.
• The game is a part of the larger platform “Reset Earth” which teaches players aged 13 to 18 years old about environmental education.
• The game introduces Apollo, a new character for this game that guides and educates players to know more about the ozone layer protecting Earth’s inhabitants.
The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) has recently released a new educational tool in the metaverse, called “Apollo’s Edition”. This simulator game is part of the larger platform “Reset Earth” which educates players aged 13 to 18 years old about environmental education. With this new game, players are introduced to a new character, Apollo, who is a guide and educator to help them understand more about the ozone layer that protects Earth’s inhabitants.
The game was created with motion capture technology, which records a real-life actor’s movements, expressions, and emotions. Apollo is the main character of the game who leads the players in their journey to learn more about the ozone protection. Players will learn more about the dangers of not protecting the planet’s ozone layer, its consequences, and how to help in its recovery.
The game’s creators hope that this game will help to widen the reach of environmental education to students worldwide. It is their belief that by teaching the youth about environmental protection, they will have a greater chance of making a difference in the world and preserving the planet for future generations.
UNEP’s “Reset Earth” platform is a great example of how technology can be used to create an educational tool that can reach more people. It is a great way to teach and learn more about the environment and how to protect it. This game also shows how virtual worlds are becoming more important and how they can be used to reach a larger audience and spread important messages. As the world continues to become more and more digital, it is important that we use tools like this to help people learn and understand the importance of protecting the environment.