Virtual 3D Image Display Produced

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Pyongyang, July 12 (KCNA) -- Big efforts have been paid to introducing modern equipment into education at schools of all levels in the DPRK.
The High-Tech Products Development Institute of Kim Chol Ju University of Education recently made a virtual 3D image display.
In this regard, Jong Se Yong, director of the institute, told KCNA:
It is prerequisite for improving the educational condition and environment to fully equip schools with educational facilities.
The virtual 3D image display is divided into two kinds, the one that enable students to see animations or static images from any places in the classroom and the other to be installed near blackboard for making students see them from their seats.
It helps students easily grasp lectures by promoting their understanding of subjects and inciting their interest and curiosity. -0-