Organizations across the world are getting better results with immersive learning. Workers who can solve problems, develop technical abilities, and repeat effective behaviors in a virtual environment can quickly transfer their skills to the real world once it’s showtime.
When sight and sound are combined with movement, learners develop conditioned responses, problem-solving skills, and muscle memory - even before they’re on the job.
Create neural pathways to build new habits
Develop motor responses based on audio/visual cues and environmental signals
Safely expose learners to a variety of scenarios with repetition, practice, and feedback
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital is preventing colorectal cancer by overcoming patient anxiety about colonoscopies and increasing sign-up for a life-saving procedure.
If you can build eLearning, you can author VR content. Simply swap out slides for 360-degree photographs or videos, add hotspots, publish, and go!