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Immersive VR Education have recently won another international award for their educational experience, Apollo 11 VR. Apollo 11 VR gives users the ability to witness the moon landing first-hand, from the view point of Neil Armstrong.

The Waterford-based company have taken out Best Educational Experience at the Proto Awards held in Hollywood, after being nominated for five awards.

David Whelan - Proto Awards
David Whelan – Proto Awards


You can see their acceptance speech below.



Secondly, they have been nominated for the Unity Awards but need your help to try secure a win. The company has been nominated for 3 Unity Awards, with the winners to be announced at Unity 2016 Los Angeles on 1st November.

Apollo 11 VR has been named a finalist for Best Non-Game Project, Best VR Experience, and The Golden Cube award. These awards are granted by the gaming community, with Unity account holders able to cast their votes.



As their recognition is growing so is their workforce, with the team expanding from 4 to 12 employees within a year. And they are still expanding, with positions advertised on and their website –