Virtual Harmony is an immersive 3D world supporting how people can learn in 3D using interactive and engaging simulations. The 3D world of Virtual Harmony was initially crafted in 2010. Large portions of the immersive environment depict the historical New Harmony town from 1821 constructed by the Harmony Society. Today, Virtual Harmony supports prototyping learning in 3D activities and interactive simulations involving blended use of mobile devices, game engines, and web-interfaces. Additional information about Virtual Harmony and work among its educators can be read in Integrating an Awareness of Selfhood and Society into Virtual Learning (Stricker, A., Calongne, C., Truman, B., & Arenas, F., 2017) Click on the publisher link to preview chapters and access additional information about the book.