XR for Learning – February 3, 2021

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Augmented, virtual, and other mixed reality technologies are rapidly emerging and advancing, creating new and exciting opportunities for training and education. XR for Learning collects some of the best XR content that learning professionals can learn from.

Employee Experience Is Becoming As Important As Customer Experience: VR & AR Can Unlock EX’s Full Potential by Cathy Hackl
The disruptions caused by the pandemic have placed new emphasis on an organization’s need to support their employee’s experience at work. This post by Cathy Hackl looks at the important role AR & VR can play in supporting the future of employee connectedness and support.

‘AR cloud’ will drive the next generation of immersive experiences by Tuong Huy Nguyen
One of the technologies that will help drive standardization and adoption of augmented reality is the “AR Cloud”. This post by Tuong Huy Nguyen examines what the AR Cloud is, and why it might drive the future of AR experiences.

Panasonic’s augmented reality display aims to change the way drivers see roads by Peter Valdes-Dapena
Augmented reality’s potential in the workplace is driven by its ability to enhance performance. This post by Peter Valdes-Dapena looks at a great example of AR being used to enhance a very common skill: driving. Beyond just the example, it’s fascinating to see all the different types of data that are being leveraged to support the AR experience.

Augmented Reality in City Asset Management: Towards Better and Safer Working Conditions by Gergana Mileva
Augmented reality has the potential to transform how we learn and receive support in our work. This post by Gergana Mileva looks at one area already leveraging AR to improve workplace performance: City Asset Management.

Google Ends Support Of ‘Tilt Brush,’ Software Now Open Source by Kyle Melnick
Tilt Brush is one of the most powerful creation tools available in virtual reality. This post by Kyle Melnick examines Google’s decision to end support of Tilt Brush, and how it actually may increase Tilt Brush’s value by making it open source.

We are currently experiencing one of the most challenging periods most of us have ever seen in our careers as learning professionals. Our organizations have been disrupted like never before as we deal with remote workers, new virtual tools and techniques, and the continued journey towards the moving target that is “the new normal”.

All of these challenges require the support of learning leadership.

The Learning Leaders Online Forum explores these challenges, and more importantly, shares proven strategies that can help us and the organizations we serve navigate the crisis. The Forum is your opportunity to connect and learn from learning leaders all around the globe, helping you address the urgent challenges of today while also building the skills that will help take your career to new heights in the future.

Better yet, as part of our launch of this new event, everyone that attends this Learning Leaders Online Forum will also get an annual membership in the new global Learning Leaders Alliance, which provides one year of access to online and face-to-face leaders forums, exclusive monthly programming, and much more.


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