Mobile VR in the spotlight at LSG webinar
Posted on Mar 13, 2017
360°, VR & AR
The arrival of mobile virtual reality (VR) for workplace learning and its value to business is the subject of a webinar for L&D professionals this month (March).
It’s here! Mobile VR for workplace learning takes place on Thursday, March 23 between 10.00 and 11.00am (GMT).
People attending the webinar will find out how mobile VR offers a new way to help people learn and perform better. They will explore its potential business uses and how to align the technology with key organisational challenges.
Kate Nicholls has spent a year assessing the use of mobile VR and interactive 360° video for learning, resulting in a real world project. She’ll be demonstrating the case study as part of the session.
Research by Towards Maturity reveals 8% of organisations are using virtual reality (VR) in workplace learning currently, with 22% expecting to be using the technology within two years.
The free webinar is aimed at L&D professionals looking to innovate in workplace learning and will cover:
- How VR offers an new way of learning
- How to align mobile VR to real world challenges
- What to consider when implementing mobile VR
- How to overcome the technical considerations and constraints
- How to move from 360° video to VR
Kate Nicholls works with some of the world’s biggest brands. She is the gold winner of Learning Technologies Designer of the Year 2016-17.
"I’ve plenty to share on leveraging virtual reality for learning and how going mobile can make this technology accessible and affordable for organisational training,” added Kate.
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