Four years ago, Rayvan Ho went door to door to 20 schools, hoping to sell virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) content to enhance the learning experience. However, no one bought the idea. “Nobody [then] believed digitalisation is the way, because a lot of people feel that this violates or dilutes the content, and it’s not a way of learning,” Ho, the founder and CEO of education technology start-up ACKTEC Technologies, told The Edge Singapore in a recent interview.

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