Mixed reality training gives us the opportunity to add a new modality to our training toolbox and can help organizations move that needle forward.
When integrated into emerging smart factory infrastructure, technologies such as AR, 3D work instructions and contextualized data analytics help both experienced and new workers improve performance and develop a wider set of technical skills.
GIGXR, Inc., announced today that it has acquired global mixed reality and immersive learning assets from Pearson PLC, the world's learning company.
AT&T* and Deloitte signed an agreement to bring 5G network connectivity and edge computing services to Deloitte University to help it transform the future of digital corporate learning and workplace collaboration.
Mixed reality is an immersive technology that continues to make advancements, opening doors to new enterprise applications. This technology creates an enhanced, realistic environment where users can interact with real-world and computer-based objects.
The human element behind today’s economy is being asked to do more than ever. The workplace is more connected and demanding than ever. New technologies like microlearning and mixed reality are helping training professionals prepare workers.
Mixed reality integrates digital content into the real world and is becoming an important and versatile key technology of the future in the field of vocational education and training.
Extended reality is used for the digital transformation of employee training in industries such as manufacturing, aerospace and health care. But the use of XR can go far beyond such high-consequence industries and bring value to L&D in other industries.
BASF Venture Capital has invested in RE’FLEKT, a Munich and San Francisco-based Augmented Reality startup that provides enterprise customers content creation and remote expert solutions.