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Ministry XR is psyched for a Malaysian IT educational breakthrough

January 14, 2019

Mike Chin

The launch of VRARA Malaysia Chapter was held at the Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU). One of the highlights was the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between APU and Ministry XR, facilitated by an initiative of the VR/AR Association (VRARA) to help connect schools and universities with global industrial players to facilitate industry sponsored research, project collaborations, internship opportunities and job placements.

Ivan Khoo, CEO of Ministry XR, expressed his excitement at being at the centre of the next industrial revolution, where immersive and intelligent XR breakthroughs are set to create effective solutions that will revolutionise how we Live, Learn, Work and Play with intelligence beyond reality.

Working together with APU and the VRARA Chapter’s international network, Ministry XR will be looking forward to building new XR studios across all campuses. Redesigning the way XR courses are carried out and experienced. Paving the way for new industrial partnerships to take place. And in the process, enrich collaboration between companies and people in the Malaysian VR & AR Ecosystem. Accelerating growth, helping to develop industry standards, fostering research and education.