Technologies that replace or extend our perception of reality offer immersive experiences that mimic the real world with surprising fidelity.
The benefits of Virtual Reality (VR) in corporate training are obvious for learning physical tasks in hazardous high-risk environments. The reliability of these simulations has improved dramatically, and they can closely mirror the real world.
Whereas Augmented Reality (AR) in corporate training is often used when the employee is there and needs support with a complex task now; a layer of additional guidance and support is placed over their real world.
By thinking creatively about these approaches, you can open new ways to enhance the impact of your training programs.
Environment training (CITB)
Helping learners safely navigate a construction site
soft skills training (Axiom)
Helping medical sales staff understand the challenges doctors face
Equipment training (Carnival)
Using augmented reality to show the interior workings of a machine
Equipment training (Global)
Award winning training for radio presenters
At Logicearth, we can help you deliver augmented reality apps, virtual reality experiences and interactive digital solutions for your organisation.
We engage internal and external audiences through the strategic creation and delivery of interactive and immersive content. Our extraordinary digital experiences solve a wide variety of communication, business and training challenges.
We place the upmost importance on understanding your audience and delivering what they really need.
- Discovery phase
- User experience design
- Responsive websites
- Internal comms channels
- Native and hybrid apps
- Virtual reality
- Augmented reality
- Immersive 3D environments
- Systems integration
Talk to one of our experienced learning advisors today to see how you can inspire engagement in your workforce through unforgettable VR and AR solutions.
CHALLENGE, ENGAGE AND ASSESS YOUR LEARNERS WITH UNFORGETTABLE IMMERSIVE CONTENT
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