About Us

We are a team of Myanmar and international educators, tech experts, content creators, and scholars who are committed to revamping the education reform process by leveraging advances of VR, AR and other emerging technologies for learners in Myanmar. Our work is grounded in experimentation, innovation, collaborative partnerships and extended fieldwork.

Who are we?


We are on a mission to 

Leverage digital technologies to transform the Education Reform process: Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), mobile technologies and other innovative technologies.

Provide interactive and dynamic learning solutions which are applicable to Myanmar and beyond.

Narrow the gap of access to quality education between urban and rural areas.

Educate teachers to teach 21st century skills and knowledge to their students so that children anywhere in the world can receive a world class education from world class teachers.

Why Now?

We believe quality education is essential to the prosperity of peaceful democratic societies. Current antiquated educational systems cannot prepare the younger generations for the world’s upcoming challenges. Historically, successful education reforms have shown teachers’ professional development to be the key lever for improving outcomes. However, experiential learning and one-on-one mentoring with expert teachers are practically exorbitant luxuries in developing countries like Myanmar, just as they are in many inner city schools in the USA. Virtual reality is now at the cusp of affordably enabling any teacher to be “teleported” to the best classrooms anywhere in the world.

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Contact Us

Address :
No. (70-72) 6th floor,
Tamwe Plaza, Thamain Bayun Road,
Tamwe Township, Yangon, Myanmar
111 Somerset Road
#15-17, TripleOne Somerset
Singapore 238164
Email :
Phone :
+95 9 787869887
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Darlene Damm

Founder and builder of new industries and movements for good. Darlene is a Principal Faculty for Global Grand Challenges at Singularity University, served for ten years with Ashoka, the world’s largest organization for social entrepreneurs, and co-founded two aerospace tech start-ups for good.