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Has anyone implemented AR/VR for training purposes? If not, have you thought about how you could use AR/VR?

Coming from higher education, this is now on my radar. We're looking at VR technology to integrate into our HyFlex learning classrooms, which would allow learners from across the globe to experience a virtual setting in a different more realistic way. We're also exploring AR for certain streams of learning, for example the medical field or where engines etc. need to be taken apart. It's early days right now, but there's so much potential out there.

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Coming from higher education, this is now on my radar. We're looking at VR technology to integrate into our HyFlex learning classrooms, which would allow learners from across the globe to experience a virtual setting in a different more realistic way. We're also exploring AR for certain streams of learning, for example the medical field or where engines etc. need to be taken apart. It's early days right now, but there's so much potential out there.
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I haven't yet, but there are lots of great risky scenarios that AR/VR could serve really well to expose people to, but in safe and repeatable conditions. What about Security Incident Response exercises? Who knows in the future managing an incident by AR/VR could be the most efficient way to do so - you could transport from the war room to the Exec room for example or present information to the incident response group in 3D ways.
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