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AR Training

AR enhances traditional learning by superimposing digital information and the real world, enhancing what we see, and offering additional information for better comprehension.

The Future

What Augmented Reality Training Brings To The Table?

As technology-assisted learning progresses toward point-of-need visual learning in real time, AR is quickly becoming an intriguing option for learning experiences. With AR, retail employees can simply point their phones at the product they need to sell and receive immediate training specific to the job at hand.

Where AR Training can be used?

New Hire Onboarding

Imagine this is your first day at a new job. Instead of waiting for someone to guide you through your onboarding process, you can go around the office and scan AR symbols with your phone. Immediately, you get all the information you need about a specific area, or you get instructions for performing your new tasks. On the company level, an AR program can provide new talent with information distributed throughout the organization. For example, an automated orientation experience would allow newcomers to explore and learn information as they settle in their new position, speeding up the process and giving learners point-of-need training.

Real Time Classes

Safe Training and Lab Environments

A lot of industry can utilize AR to simulate certain circumstances without the actual risk. For example, in medical institutions, students can learning human anatomy in depth without having to use ineffective physical props. AR can also provide more training opportunities for medical students with the help of simulations, such as practicing surgeries on virtual patients.

The space industry has always been one of the first to adopt advanced technologies. Technologies like AR and MR can help astronauts with tasks like maintaining a space station. Using goggles, workers can receive visual work instructions without turning to manuals. NASA has already tested Project Sidekick, which uses HoloLens to provide virtual illustrations and instructions to help crew members perform complex tasks. According to NASA, this capability has the potential to “reduce crew training requirements.”

AR can also create realistic environments. For example, NASA is already using AR to help scientists prepare for Mars exploration. The technology can reconstruct the Martian landscape using photographs taken on the planet’s surface. As a result, scientists can use HoloLens to walk around the surface virtually as if Mars were in their office.