IMMERSIVE LEARNING EVOLVE YOUR STAFF’S SKILLS MORE EFFECTIVELY THROUGH VIRTUAL REALITY TRAINING.
The ability to simulate hazardous environments or complex procedures
Safe repeatable and controlled environments
Lear by doing in room scale environments isolated form distractions
Fun Immersive user engagement leading to increased knowledge retention
Highly Visual, easy to interpret and understand
Real time user monitoring and analysis providing quantifiable metrics
Immersive Technologies are transforming how enterprises train their workforce, with enhanced delivery, richer engagement, and quantifiable results.
Working with some of the world’s leading companies Luminous have developed a platform for optimised development and deployment of immersive training solutions.
There are several key ‘learning by doing’ scenarios suited to immersive technologies these include:
Process driven training
Perception based training
Exploration based training
Guided learning – step by step guided learning similar to one on one mentoring.
Practice Mode – The Ability to practice and learn at the students own pace.
Assessment Mode – Trainer lead assessment with data driven metrics and results
Web based dashboard provides easy trainer class and course setup and tracks every user action providing measurable analytics.
Our solution can be deployed on premise for security sensitive applications or via Azure and the cloud for remote multiple site configuration and management backed by institutional grade security.
We’ve created an optimised pipeline and development method to create reusable
assets and code to drastically reduce the cost and time of development
We’ve focused on creating reusable solutions that are hardware agnostic. This allows us to deploy training using the best hardware for your specific training requirements whether it is virtual reality, Augmented Reality or mixed reality.
Immersive technology can be applied to a range of sectors Luminous specialise in industrial enterprise solutions across heavy engineering, manufacturing and energy production