Given the central role education plays in forming the members of a society in their harmonious growing, the activity of the Virtual and Augmented Reality Research Laboratory (CERVA) from Ovidius University of Constanta focuses on educational and training virtual environments, eventually by disseminating culture. The potential for learning of these media is significant both from the point of view of the practiced and observed skills, of the acquired information, as well as from the point of view of the human experience in a collaborative context. Other aspects sustain education and increase the motivation of all involved actors in educational process, students and teachers.