Reality goes virtual at Dorothy Love


Sidney High School students Lily Wiford, 16, and Ally Blatter, 16, both of Sidney, try out the new virtual reality goggles that were purchased for the residents of Ohio Living Dorothy Love. Wiford and Blatter tried out the goggles during a school field trip on Wednesday, April 6. The new goggles made their debut during the Cherish Our 100-Year Legacy Ohio Living Dorothy Love traveling exhibit. The traveling exhibit will move on but the goggles will stay at the Sidney Dorothy Love. The VR goggles are made by Rendever. Residents can see the northern lights, go to a farm or ride in a hot air balloon among many other programs. Wiford is the daughter of Andy and Jennifer Wiford. Blatter is the daughter of Steph and Scott Blatter.

Sidney High School students Lily Wiford, 16, and Ally Blatter, 16, both of Sidney, try out the new virtual reality goggles that were purchased for the residents of Ohio Living Dorothy Love. Wiford and Blatter tried out the goggles during a school field trip on Wednesday, April 6. The new goggles made their debut during the Cherish Our 100-Year Legacy Ohio Living Dorothy Love traveling exhibit. The traveling exhibit will move on but the goggles will stay at the Sidney Dorothy Love. The VR goggles are made by Rendever. Residents can see the northern lights, go to a farm or ride in a hot air balloon among many other programs. Wiford is the daughter of Andy and Jennifer Wiford. Blatter is the daughter of Steph and Scott Blatter.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney High School students Lily Wiford, 16, and Ally Blatter, 16, both of Sidney, try out the new virtual reality goggles that were purchased for the residents of Ohio Living Dorothy Love. Wiford and Blatter tried out the goggles during a school field trip on Wednesday, April 6. The new goggles made their debut during the Cherish Our 100-Year Legacy Ohio Living Dorothy Love traveling exhibit. The traveling exhibit will move on but the goggles will stay at the Sidney Dorothy Love. The VR goggles are made by Rendever. Residents can see the northern lights, go to a farm or ride in a hot air balloon among many other programs. Wiford is the daughter of Andy and Jennifer Wiford. Blatter is the daughter of Steph and Scott Blatter.

Sidney High School students Lily Wiford, 16, and Ally Blatter, 16, both of Sidney, try out the new virtual reality goggles that were purchased for the residents of Ohio Living Dorothy Love. Wiford and Blatter tried out the goggles during a school field trip on Wednesday, April 6. The new goggles made their debut during the Cherish Our 100-Year Legacy Ohio Living Dorothy Love traveling exhibit. The traveling exhibit will move on but the goggles will stay at the Sidney Dorothy Love. The VR goggles are made by Rendever. Residents can see the northern lights, go to a farm or ride in a hot air balloon among many other programs. Wiford is the daughter of Andy and Jennifer Wiford. Blatter is the daughter of Steph and Scott Blatter.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/04/web1_SDN040722VRGoggles.jpgSidney High School students Lily Wiford, 16, and Ally Blatter, 16, both of Sidney, try out the new virtual reality goggles that were purchased for the residents of Ohio Living Dorothy Love. Wiford and Blatter tried out the goggles during a school field trip on Wednesday, April 6. The new goggles made their debut during the Cherish Our 100-Year Legacy Ohio Living Dorothy Love traveling exhibit. The traveling exhibit will move on but the goggles will stay at the Sidney Dorothy Love. The VR goggles are made by Rendever. Residents can see the northern lights, go to a farm or ride in a hot air balloon among many other programs. Wiford is the daughter of Andy and Jennifer Wiford. Blatter is the daughter of Steph and Scott Blatter. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News