Learning inside the box
Training company Adaptas is designing, developing and producing programmes using virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence , writes Leanna Byrne
Think virtual reality (VR), think high-tech gaming, think immersive new worlds and 360-degree films. As VR proliferates across different industries, you will see the headsets pictured placed on the heads of defence force members, school pupils, healthcare providers, museum goers and many others.
But would you expect to see your colleague wearing one of these black boxes over their eyes for training programmes? Absolutely, said Celine Mullins and Camille Donegan of Adaptas Training.
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