You often hear: Virtual Reality is the future of learning and is going to be very big. The lead-up to appealing applications is long. Now, the technology is mature enough to step in.
Pops questions like: “What does VR exactly mean?”, “How far are the developments actually?” And “What applications are there for learning?”
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Some practical applications
Discover some practical applications that do not immediately cost ‘the world’. We will help you on your way.
– Enrich your Onboarding program
– Learn at, around or outside the workplace
– Surprise employees with something new possibilities
Virtual Reality (VR)
Separated from the outside world, the user is immersed in a digital world This world can be made with photo or film material, generated by computers or from a combination of both.
Augmented Reality (AR)
An enrichment of the real environment through digital elements that are overlaid here (AR overlay). These can be buttons, films, images or 3D projections and contain extra information for the user.
Mixed Reality (MR)
The entire environment is mapped. On this digital elements are projected. These elements can interact with each other and with the environment. This creates even more blurring of the boundary between reality and the virtual world: Mixed Reality.