Virtual trainings
in AR and VR

If you want to train your staff in a time- and cost-efficient way and independent of location, then XR training solutions are the right choice for you. We develop training solutions that are tailored to your needs.

VR Training in simulator

360° Learning Application

AR assisted learning

Practical example: VR application for virtual training nursing staff.

Here you can see a screenshot of a VR app that was created for training staff in nursing homes. In the application, the user can playfully learn the necessary procedures. 

Immersive learning in Virtual Reality

Training in a virtual environment

Transfer your personnel to be trained directly to the place where they will later be deployed and give your employees the chance to train difficult or even dangerous processes again and again in a lifelike manner.

Hands-on, experiential learning with wow factor

Acquiring new knowledge works best when it is combined with experiences. No medium is more emotionally moving and experience-oriented than VR and AR. This means that the students learn faster and more sustainably.

Train muscle memory or soft skills

VR and AR can be used to train soft skills, such as diversity workshops, as well as work processes that have to be performed with the hands. Thanks to haptic controllers, trainees quickly learn the necessary hand movements not just by watching but through real physical interaction.

The technology has matured and is ready for use

Simulators have long been established in industry and the military. But only in the last 5 years, thanks to the progress in the development of VR and AR technologies, it has become affordable for medium-sized businesses to have simulators and virtual trainings created and used.

Immersive learning in Virtual Reality

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The pyramid of the Learning memory rate

With the help of immersive media, learning reaches a new level. According to one study*, what we retain when learning differs depending on how the knowledge is presented to us. When we learn passively, the retention rate is between 10 % and 30 %. The more senses involved, the higher the learning success. In active learning, memory performance is significantly higher when what is learned can be put into practice immediately.

Virtual environments

This is where learning in virtual environments comes in, where action-based learning is possible for the first time. Complex issues can be grasped spatially and experienced interactively. By practicing and experiencing the content to be learned, knowledge can be conveyed as with no other medium to date.

Instant feedback

The learner can repeat work sequences in the simulation at his own pace - adapted to his learning level - until every movement is correct. One advantage of virtual learning that should not be underestimated is the immediate feedback as to whether or not what has been learned has been implemented correctly.