Augmented Reality turns the phone into a magic lens that can, figuratively speaking, arm your workforce with superpowers. Aim a phone at your product and get real-time holographic guidance on how to install or troubleshoot it (or use “x-ray vision” to view what’s inside it). Conduct a scavenger hunt to find digital learning objects around your office. Play a real-time business strategy sim, projected in 3D on the lunch table, with colleagues. Play microlearning games in the same environment where the skills will be applied.
It’s no exaggeration to say we’ll never use our phones the same way again.
And the rule book for mobile learning just went out the window. AR is coming – and fast. This powerful emerging technology will be on hundreds of millions of phones in the next few months and on a couple of billion phones by next year.
More importantly, it may well be on your CEO’s phone the next time you meet. And you know what that means. You’ll have to explain how your group is going to be leveraging AR to improve enterprise learning and productivity.
In preparation for that conversation, we invite you to a private webcast exploring the implications of Augmented Reality for learning and performance management. This webcast will break down Apple ARKit and Android ARCore for mobile and discuss the state of AR eyewear from a learning and enterprise perspective.
We will also address: