Educate and Train with Tools of the 21st Century
Virtual reality development involves the creation of virtual worlds that can be experienced through advanced hardware and sensors to provide a user with a feeling of “presence” and complete immersion within a scene designed by XR developers.
Augmented reality development blends digital elements into the physical world by combining imagery from both onto a screen and presenting them as one unified environment. This allows for a user to remain visually connected to their physical surroundings while having digital imagery or layers of information added to their environment.
Mixed reality takes augmented reality a step further by providing opportunities for physical world objects to interact with digital elements in real-time. Digital objects respond to changes in the physical environment in ways that provide powerful interactions for developers aiming to educate, train, or entertain users in exciting and immersive new ways.
360 Video accomplishes a feeling of “presence” for viewers by allowing them to modify what is being presented on-screen by looking around or navigating to different points of interest anywhere within 360 degrees of the scene. This shifts the viewer into a feeling of active participation in the viewing experience by allowing more freedom in choosing what parts of the scene they want to explore.
Dr. Christopher Powe Ph.D., President of Global Training Institute
"Working with Lobaki we are able to provide the definitive Experience on the Heart and show aspects of it that have never ever been seen before."
Brian Laughlin, Ph.D.,
Technical Fellow at Boeing
Brian Laughlin says, “Boing testing Augmented Reality technology in the Factory and believes a 30 percent reduction in time spent doing a job is possible."
Senior Director of Walmart U.S. Academies
“VR training boosts confidence and retention while improving test scores 10 to 15 percent" https://progressivegrocer.com/walmart-bring-virtual-reality-training-all-us-stores