Simultaneous multi user training means remote students don’t have to miss out on the valuable peer learning and interaction with fellow students, meaning group activities, collaboration and cooperative learning can all be facilitated.
With real time physical “telepresence” including voice, tone, gestures and even live facial expressions, the full range of verbal and non-verbal communication can be experienced, enabling soft skills and interpersonal training, as well as more natural interaction between students and tutors.
By accurately recreating real world objects, students can undertake practical, realistic training in complete safety, especially useful where inexperience in the real world could be hazardous to the students and those around them.
Furthermore, students can be instantly transported into live 360 video streams of real world locations, observing and interacting with guides, imported 3D objects and each other in these spaces.
These digital tools and benefits can be transposed into the real world, providing students with instant information on physical objects and locations using commonplace devices such as mobile phones and tablets, or wearable headsets, to learn more about their physical training environment as they explore it.
The opportunities for tailored, practical learning are unprecedented, and the time and cost and safety benefits against traditional onsite education are undeniable.