Virtual reality teaching students cattle handling skills safely
A virtual reality (VR) program is helping students at the University of Adelaide develop livestock handling skills and confidence, without setting foot in a cattle yard.
SA Country Hour host Cassie Hough visited Roseworthy campus to experience this first hand, and chat with animal and veterinary science students about the new tool.
School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences' production animal health lecturer and clinician Dr Mandi Carr pioneered the project in collaboration with Think Digital - a local company that specialises in virtual reality production in agriculture.
Last year the program was rolled out into all four animal and veterinary science degrees.
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