Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

Association eLearning

What’s the difference between virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR)? Virtual Reality. Augmented Reality. Virtual Reality for Training. Safety inspectors could learn what to look for in a realistic setting. Augmented Reality for Training. Video and mobile learning used to be expensive and rare, and now look at them. Would you like to read more about training, learning, and instructional design?

Augmented Reality: Driving Potential of LMS Technology for Corporate Training

G-Cube

With ever-evolving learning needs, Augmented Reality (AR) is touted as powerful LMS technology for incredible training delivery. It creates an immersive environment by allowing learners to experience the situation, rather than just passive learning. Companies such as Retail adopt AR technology to market products through custom mobile learning apps. As per Juniper Research, enterprises invested $247 million in AR-based technology and mobile apps in 2014.

7 Reasons Why Augmented Reality is the Way Forward

Growth Engineering

Augmented reality has officially joined the fight against dull online learning, and it’s made quite the impact. The post 7 Reasons Why Augmented Reality is the Way Forward appeared first on Growth Engineering. Engagement Mobile Learning learning app Augmented RealityJust like when The Avengers team up, together, we’re giving dullness a powerful kick!

Augmenting reality - technology is going invisible

Lars is Learning

Here's my article, just published on Trainingzone as the headline story, exploring how augmented reality and mobile technology promise to radically improve learning effectiveness. Tags: trainingzone e-learning gesture technology augmented reality kinect mobile learning performance support

Augmented Reality and M-Learning

eLearning 24-7

Interactivity meets reality. You wonder to yourself, can this work in the e-learning world? Specifically, m-learning? Can an app for the smartphone superimpose learning in a location or locations? Augmented Reality and it is happening as we speak. Augmented Reality – what is it? AR Reality. M-Learning Value. The biggest issue with m-learning today, is that it is limited. Corporate learning. E-Learning 24/7.

Designing Mobile Learning Content: Getting Started

Origin Learning

After getting enough inspiration from the current trends and stats about mobile learning , the obvious next question that must be bothering you is – where and how to start? Just like with any new project, a mobile learning implementation program needs a thorough assessment of the current training situation and the tools being used to deliver training. This stage involves writing one-line objectives that will form separate m-learning modules.

5 Ways to Take Advantage of Mobile Learning Functionality

LearnDash

Mobile learning isn’t just a way to make courses more accessible—it’s a way to deliver better learning content. After all, most of them are also creating content on their desktop, and it’s a space learners traditionally turn to when they search for new learning content.

How To Use An Augmented Reality System For Industry

Dan Keckan

Augmented Reality (AR) is a medium with the direct or indirect addition of the physical world to real-time digital data using computing devices such as tablets and smartphones, as well as innovative gadgets like Google Glass, and software for them. eLearning Trends Augmented Learning Corporate eLearning Solutions Corporate eLearning Trends Mobile Learning Benefits

Using Augmented Reality for Contextual Mobile Learning by Jason Haag

Learning Solutions Magazine

Augmented reality (AR) provides a view of the real world, with enhancement from computer- generated. and provides examples of how AR delivered on mobile devices is already providing support for. learning. Blended Learning Development Strategies Emerging Topics Mobile Learning input: sound, graphics, text, video, and GPS data. This article expands on a session from DevLearn.

Augmented Reality – A New Dawn of Possibilities in Online Training / eLearning

Adobe Captivate

Augmented Reality – sounds like high-tech si-fi phenomenon. Augmented Reality is one of the finest examples of such inventions. In this blog, we will discuss the possibilities of Augmented Reality in digital learning – eLearning Industry as well as Learning and Development field. The concept of augmenting the real world by virtual data has started in late 1970s. In 1990, Augmented Reality (AR) was coined by Tom Caudell.

Free webinar 8/16: Mobile Learning & Augmented Reality

Take an e-Learning Break

Heard the term Augmented Reality and wondered how it could be used in learning? Attend this free webinar hosted by Rapid Intake and featuring Craig Weiss, author of the E-Learning 24/7 blog. Augmented Reality can take any situation, location, environment, and experience to a new level of edutainment. In this webinar, you will learn how this emerging technology is changing the way people engage and learn. How Augmented Reality Works: [link].

Mobile Learning Trends

Instancy

Educational, training institutions and eLearning content publishers must adapt themselves to the new technological landscape in order to keep their courses and learning materials relevant to today’s learners. The development of educational mobile apps provides exciting new ways to develop educational courses that are both effective in reaching educational objectives for teachers and rewarding to […].

POKÉMON WHOA!

Learnnovators

Augmented Reality Gamification Mobile Learning Alternate Reality Game AR ARG Augmented Game Game Mechanics Ingress Learnnovators Pokemon Pokemon Go Reality Ryan Tracey Video GamesThe post POKÉMON WHOA! appeared first on Learnnovators.

Augmented reality in e-learning – just virtual reality?

Saffron Interactive

The manner of the defeat is not relevant to augmented reality technology in any sense, but I’d like to think that it provides anecdotal evidence that I’d been planning this blog well before this article appeared on the BBC website. Augmented reality for mobile devices isn’t anything new. The success of augmented reality will be fundamentally linked to growth and investment in mobile learning. Blog Mobile learning Technology

Tools For Mobile Learning Development

Upside Learning

Upside is doing a fair bit of mobile learning development and we blog about it regularly. I want to share some tools which may assist you in developing mobile learning applications. Augmented Reality. Tools to develop Native applications: SDK provided for mobile device. It requires MIDP/JVM on mobile device. Each mobile device has some variation in implementing MIDP profile. Tools for Augmented Reality: Layar.

AppFusion: Your Sixth Sense, Augmented Reality by Terrence Wing

Learning Solutions Magazine

Augmented Reality (AR) digitally enhances a workplace by adding computer-generated information. Design Strategies Future Trends Immersive Learning Interface Design Mobile Learning Serious Gamesand sensory inputs, including teaching and performance support, or by combining real-world stimuli. and information with instructional content. This can be done today – the tools exist, and it’s only a. matter of designers using their imagination.

Learning & Development Resolutions for 2020

Dashe & Thomson

Henry Kingman Learning Experience Designer/PM. That’s how, whether I was designing an eLearning course or managing a blended learning project, I discovered the value of change management. We’re always excited about the possibility of clients partnering with us in trying these new things, and in the last year I’ve found that designing prototypes, mockups, and functional experiments best demonstrates how we might approach learning objectives in a more engaging way.

A New Take on Augmented Reality: Cydalion Navigation App Aids People with Low Vision by Pamela S. Hogle

Learning Solutions Magazine

Cydalion, an augmented reality app based on Tango technology, is a new form of mobile performance support for people. Emerging Topics Mobile Learning Performance Supportwith visual disabilities. The app uses tones and vibration to warn users of overhead obstacles and tripping hazards in the. environment.

Watch Out For These Trends in Mobile Learning: 2015 And Beyond

Origin Learning

Global mobile data traffic grew 69 percent in 2014 and was nearly 30 times the size of the entire global Internet in 2000. Mobile video traffic exceeded 50 percent of total mobile data traffic for the first time in 2012. Mobile network (cellular) connection speeds grew 20 percent in 2014. These are just some excerpts from Cisco’s Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update for 2014 to 2019, but they clearly prove a point.

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Mobile Learning – Is it Finally Viable?

Gyrus

Mobile Learning – Is it Finally Viable? Mobile Learning has been a cool shining beacon in the learning industry for quite a while now. But with new technologies, sometimes you have to stop and ask yourself, is it just being used for the sake of the media itself, or is it actually adding to my blended learning portfolio? Why Mobile learning is actually worth its grain of salt. Why should I want to participate in this learning exercise?

Mobile App Trends for 2018

Origin Learning

We look at some of the key mobile app trends and examine the categories of apps that will gain popularity in 2018. Our big bet in terms of mobile apps is on ‘ Blockchain’. Mobile LMS. Google’s ‘Accelerated Mobile Pages’ project gave an added fillip to those who were creating content for mobile phone users. The past five years have seen a steady shift in terms of the delivery of learning content. Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.

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The 6 Hottest eLearning Trends: What To Expect In 2020

Dan Keckan

I will show you how these can add value to your performance enhancement and learning experience. eLearning Trends Augmented Reality eLearning Resources Learning Technologies Mobile LearningHere we are at the time of the year when everyone is looking out for the latest eLearning trends. Read on as I list out my thoughts on 2020's tools and resources that will benefit you!

The 6 hottest learning trends for 2018 - Part 1: Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)

Limestone Learning

This is Part 1 in our series on the 6 hottest learning trends for 2018 blog post series. In case you didn’t catch it last month, we posted an article on the 6 hottest learning trends for 2018. Over the next couple of months we’ll be sharing our ideas, strategies, tools and ideas with you on each of the six learning trends. What do you think of when you hear the words “augmented reality”? What about “virtual reality”? Learning & Development

Use Microlearning to Create a Better Mobile Learning Experience

LearnDash

Mobile experiences are perfectly suited for bite-sized lessons. Online education—especially mobile education—has become so prevalent that many of us probably engage with it several times a day without ever thinking about it as e-learning at all.

Google Goggles and Mobile Learning

Upside Learning

Donut or Eclair) based mobile devices. This will prove useful for m-learning - users can take a snapshot of any object and Google Goggles will provide relevant information about it. Leveraged appropriately, Goggles has great potential to be a powerful augmented reality application. Take a look here: Related posts: Mobile Learning in India Mobile Learning – Three Reasons for the Return of WAP Top 50 Mobile Learning Resources.

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Transforming the Digital Landscape with Interactive Mobile Learning Apps

G-Cube

Digitization has increased the scope of using personalized mobile apps to deliver customized learning experiences at the point of need. With technological innovation, it has become significant for modern organizations to use smartphones and tablets, enabling learning on the go. Today, companies have started reshaping their training strategies to facilitate mobile learning on a wider scale. Emerging Need of Mobile Apps for E-Learning.

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Learning goes small, social, savvy

Origin Learning

SMAC – Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud – is in! The landscape of learning is rapidly changing. It is now the ‘pull’ time with smaller and speedier devices dictating the learning trends universally. ’ page in a learning solution could improve the sales performance of an individual. Such outcomes are possible by scouring the different learning platforms available today. So, ubiquitous is not the only word defining learning now.

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RYAN TRACEY – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

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Scenario- based learning

QuoDeck

Learning and instructing can be done by various strategies. The goal is to make learner understand the topic and have a positive approach towards learning. The learner must attempt to learn what is taught and how to apply it in everyday life.

A WAY WITH THE FAIRIES

Learnnovators

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eLearning: Interesting Weekly Finds #12

Upside Learning

Some studies help answer some of the questions now surrounding serious games-or games whose primary purpose is something other than entertainment, such as military training, education, physical therapy-and determine the relationship between the use of video games and learning as measured on standardized tests. AR App Development: Metaio Releases Unifeye Mobile SDK. A probable competitor for Layar, we’re keeping an eye on whether we can deploy learning applications using this.

Top 5 Reasons to Incorporate Blended Mobile Learning

Your Training Edge

And all of this has been made possible with the marvelous effects of blended mobile learning. Making education accessible to those with smartphones and stable Internet access, blended mobile learning can supplement, if not substitute, formal education systems. Read on to know more about the benefits of blended mobile learning –the future of education. Blended mobile learning: what is it all about? Blended learning models: varieties galore.

Peek-a-boo, Pikachu: how the augmented reality of Pokémon Go could transform learning

Agylia

Is there anything in it for learning and development professionals? Mobile LearningA gaming monster is born… and trapped in a little ball.

Peek-a-boo, Pikachu: how the augmented reality of Pokémon Go could transform learning

Agylia

Is there anything in it for learning and development professionals? Mobile LearningA gaming monster is born… and trapped in a little ball.

Developing A Layar Application

Upside Learning

We believe Layar , the AR browser can have a significant role to play in mobile learning. Mobile device having Layar browser support. Difference between Name and Title field: Title appears in actual layer on mobile device. Name is for reference purpose and doesn’t appear anywhere in your layer on mobile device. As your layer is not published yet you will need to download developer APK of Layar browser from here on your mobile device.

The joy of UX

E-Learning Provocateur

I’ve written previously about how I’ve been toying around with the augmented reality app Aurasma. I took a screenshot of the main characters in the course’s scenario and provided 3-step instructions for the target audience outlining how to: (1) Install the app onto their mobile device; (2) Visit the relevant URL in their browser; and (3) Point their device at the picture. Another lesson learned.

More on Mobile Learning Trends

Integrated Learnings

Clay Duda, an ILS contributor, recently posted an article to our other blog, Shared Learning , covering the Technology Association of Georgia's Workplace Learning event last week on mLearning. You can read his article on the highlights here, 'What Does Mobile Learning Mean to You?' Determine if mobile is the answer, then determine how to make it happen. Cohen also recommended using video in mobile learning, stating that it 'works fantastically well.'.