Virtual Objects That Can Be Touched – The New Era in AR/VR?


It is primarily known for unleashing a torrent of experiences with fully immersive virtual environments. Virtual reality has been in the news for its immense value proposition that can deliver stellar outcomes to businesses across various industry verticals. However what happens when users get the chance to ‘touch’ and ‘feel’ the virtual objects? It will herald a totally new chapter in VR history. This is exactly what the team at ETH Zurich and EPFL are trying to accomplish.

10 Elearning Trends That Research Says You’ll See in 2018


Soaking up the trends from top industry reports, here are our predictions for 2018. Whereas over the last few years we’ve seen a leap for training and development teams to provide a smorgasbord of content options using different mediums and devices, we see 2018 as the year of focus. Here are our top 10 predictions for workplace learning trends to watch in 2018. Josh Bersin: HR Technology Disruptions 2018 Report. Josh Bersin : HR Technology Disruptions 2018 Report.

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Electronic Learning System: Which one is best?

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Few people can absorb a torrent of information in a single course or lesson but breaking it down into smaller parts is clinically proven to make it absorbed more efficiently. Related Content: – 5 Reasons Ed App’s Rapid Authoring Tool can keep your eLearning agile Social Learning Experiential Learning: How to boost business, corporate and retail training Everything you need to know about eTraining eLearning training 2018: the best new methods What is the best eLearning authoring software?

What I Learned Producing 90 eLearning Videos In 8 Weeks At Google


This, in a high-stakes environment (Google HQ) where only high-quality production would be acceptable, and in the middle of a torrent of changes and revisions to the product itself. 5 Things I Learned Producing 90 eLearning Videos In Two Months. Google had a problem. Their vitally-important YouTube partners didn’t understand how to use YouTube’s complex backend systems.