This was a very interesting BUZZ that I found today and wanted to share with you.
Originally posted on: roadtovr.com
Without a doubt, training, educating and guiding workers with VR and AR/MR are some of the most compelling use cases for immersive technologies.
Yet with so many different learning types and ways to measure the outcomes, ‘training’ has become somewhat of a buzzword. So, what have we learned about where XR is appropriate, and where it can provide the best returns?
On Wednesday, December 18 at 11.00 am ET, we’re running a webinar with experts from across the industry to find out how companies are using immersive technologies to improve training in their organizations, and what impacts they’re seeing
Experts sharing important business insights:
- Walter Davis, Head of Talent & Learning Technology, Aggreko
- Jeffrey Jacobson, SIMEngineering XR Project Manager, Boston Children’s Hospital
- David Moreno, Head of Marketing & Business Development, Virtualware
- Amanda Clarida, Manager, Learning Design and Development, Volvo
Discussion points and your questions answered:
- What are the main types of training, education and worker guidance and how can immersive technologies help with the different learning styles?
- Which industries are seeing the biggest adoption of immersive training – and where are the biggest productivity gains?
- Where are the challenges and limitations with introducing VR or AR/MR into a training system? And where might immersive technology not be worthwhile?
- What are the broader benefits for companies using XR in the long-term and what does the future look like?
Register for the free XR for training webinar here. It’s on Wednesday, December 18 at 11:00 am ET – and if you can’t join live, register now and we’ll send you the recordings later.
All the best,
Events Director & Head of Innovation
XR Intelligence by Reuters Events
+44 (0)207 375 7567
What is 360 VR Video?
360 video is a video that is recorded in all directions at the same time with multiple cameras. The videos are stitched together either internally in the camera or externally using special software.
It then forms one spherical video that is controlled by the viewer, enabling them to look up, down, right or left at their discretion.
Is 360 Video Virtual Reality?
I want you to be the judge.
Recommended MicroSD Card for use with the Fusion 360 camera
How are you watching your 360 VR Video?
Are you watching on your PC?
Is it Facebook? YouTube? Veer.TV ?
Or better still, are you using your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone with your Samsung Gear VR Headset?
Leave a comment below. Let us know what you like or don’t like. If you have seen a 360 VR video that you think is awesome, tell us, and we will feature it.
What type of VR Headset do you own? Or do you watch with your computer? Smartphone?
And if you are looking for 360 Video Production Services, contact Al Caudullo email@example.com
With 37 years of Media experience, we can Deliver More for You in 360 Video. Click here to see what our customers say about our work
Utilizing state of the art technology, Al Caudullo, and his team has been delivering award-winning compelling productions spanning the globe. Exotic destinations blended with unique cultural experiences give viewers an experience like no other.
From vibrant American cities like San Francisco and Las Vegas to the isolated mountains of Mongolia. From ancient civilizations of Cambodia and Myanmar to the lush resorts of Southeast Asia and beyond. All from the comfort of your living room.