Bill Nye on Google Cardboard, Pluto, and NASA

During the launch event for the recent XPrize collaboration with Disney Junior through the popular Miles from Tomorrowland series, we took a few minutes to chat with Bill Nye about getting kids involved in science through Google Cardboard. As you might expect, he had plenty to say about the history of using interactive experiences to get kids involves in science, which lead to an entirely different conversation about all of the excitement surrounding Pluto this week.

We also snagged Adrian Grenier, the voice of Miles in the show, to ask him about the new experiences being created by VR today. It’s a quick interview, but well worth a few minutes of your time.

Source: iMore

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