Thanks for the message, Minh Nguyen . It is true that VR could open doors for so many different fields! We have talked about new ideas that we might work on in the future. But as for now, we will focus on iterating the VR experiences for Zika causes and prevention. Feel free to message me to find out more, or share your thoughts and feedback here. We are open to input and ideas :)
Hey Christi O'Neill , thanks for the comment and feedback ! I like how you explain it in such a clear way and link it to the concept of 'experiential learning' !
In terms of measurement, we did a combination of qualitative evaluation and short interview. We first decided on a few key questions that we wanted to answer (e.g. what would users learn from this VR experience?) And then we formed a testing plan that includes asking users to think aloud as they performed the task, as well as answering a couple questions in the beginning and in the end.
Good point on Likert scale. We will include that in our next round of testing.
It is true that there is so much potential with VR. We will continue working on the project at the weekly meetup hosted by Code for San Francisco. Let us know if you have other feedback, or know people who might be interested in joining us :)