Lifeliqe (pronounced “lifelike”) is an edtech startup with an enviable advantage in the VR learning space. Spun out of a sister company called Corinth, Lifeliqe hit the ground running with literally thousands of interactive 3D models for parents, teachers and students to put to use in both augmented and virtual reality environments. (more…)
Based in Munich, Germany, Delightex is blazing a global trail for the use of VR in modern classrooms. CoSpaces, their free and intuitive VR creation tool, allows teachers and students alike to create VR scenes and experiences using nothing more than a standard web browser and a Google Cardboard-style viewer. (more…)
Matt Witkamp has seen the future of AR-assisted surgery and medical training. In fact his team at Citizen Inc., in partnership with Stanford Medicine and Microsoft, have literally invented it.
Project Serra is a Hololens application that allows surgeons to see real 3D MRI visualizations directly a-top of patients on the operating table, helping to more precisely locate and extract life-threatening tumors.
The Essential Role Of Human Interaction In VR-Assisted Learning, with Dr. Carrie Straub of Mursion – Show 4
Dr. Carrie Straub joins us in this show to discuss the role of real human interaction in virtual reality training simulations. Instructional designers have become adept in crafting training programs for the purpose of transferring repeatable information through LMS and similar e-learning programs, but teaching emotional, interpersonal skills (“EQ”) for career-specific applications is a profoundly greater challenge.