GIGXR, Inc., announced today that it has acquired global mixed reality and immersive learning assets from Pearson PLC, the world's learning company.
Becoming an expert in equipment assembly and operation requires extensive training and practice. Unfortunately, operators often report feeling ill-equipped to do the job. It is as if much of their prior training was for naught.
Raytheon Company debuted a virtual reality version of its portable V-22 trainer today at I/ITSEC. Aircraft Functional V-22 Trainer-Virtual Reality is a fully immersive system that provides hyper-realistic training across all experience levels.
Learning “in the flow” is all about reducing the distance between when information is needed and when learning happens. By infusing learning into these key moments, training becomes more effective, and your business becomes more successful.
When the benefits of immersive learning are truly understood within an organization, it’s hard to look the other way. As more and more learning professionals embrace and implement immersive learning strategies, the results are painting a compelling...
Announced today, Enduvo, the leading no-code, immersive content authoring and delivery platform, has been awarded a $1.2M contract from the highly competitive Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II program.
While technologies exist to move in that direction, we need to rely on proven instructional design practices and pause to think about what (and who) we are solving for. A simpler solution is often more apparent and more effective.
Training Industry today announced its selections for the 2019 Top Training Companies™ lists for the health and safety sector of the learning and development market.
Digital transformation is about reimagining how you bring people, data and processes together to create value. In this rapidly transforming business environment, the need for an adaptive workforce will change learning and development (L&D) and its methods.
By understanding a skill abstractly, we can plan, we can reflect on what’s working and we can improve. But to actually do the skill, we must experience that doing, which is why skeptics have always had their doubts about traditional training.