🌊 Exciting Progress in Digital Water Education! 🌊

We are thrilled to share the results of our Phase 1 user testing for the DEU-DESUM Dam Break VR application, conducted by experts from the University of Exeter's Centre for Water Systems. This innovative VR app, part of the WATERLINE project, aims to revolutionise water-related education by providing immersive, hands-on learning experiences.

Our testers praised the app's engaging format, realistic visuals, and dynamic animations that vividly demonstrate the impact of dam breaks. The ability to explore different perspectives and control the timeline of animations proved invaluable for understanding flood progression.


While there's always room for improvement, the constructive feedback we received will help DEU-DESUM make the app even better. Suggestions include adding voice-over narration, interactive features, and clearer instructions to enhance the overall user experience.

The DEU Dam Break VR app shows immense promise in making complex hydraulic concepts accessible and engaging. With these enhancements, we aim to provide an even more intuitive, immersive, and educational experience.

Stay tuned for further updates as DEU-DESUM continues to refine this exciting educational tool! 

🚀 Let's shape the future of water education together! 🚀