Heads-up, hands-free augmented reality (AR) software is revolutionizing employee training and the way employees to perform procedures. This technology allows trainees to see virtual images and information overlaid onto the real world, providing an immersive and interactive learning experience. In this blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of using XRMentor®’s
A pilot program is an essential step when evaluating a new software, developing an effective pilot is even more critical to that process.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics there are over 275,000 diesel technician and mechanic jobs in the United States. This includes those that inspect, repair and overhaul trucks, buses or other vehicles that have a diesel engine. These technicians and mechanics may have attended a technical school or learned
Obtaining and optimizing models for augmented reality is for most firms, an unfamiliar and potentially confusing process. 3D models, while not necessary for augmented reality training (see article), can be an effective way to convey certain information or train subjective decision making. This short paper provides an overview of the
A rapidly aging workforce coupled with a global pandemic has create a tremendous skills gap. The demand for a safe work environment has created a challenge for businesses that already struggle to attract millennial workers.
In this DI blog post, Director of Consumer Experiences Matthew Johnston dives into what considerations enterprises should make when selecting an AR or VR solution. The market outlook for Augmented and Virtual Reality is impressive. Price Waterhouse Cooper forecasts the augmented reality (AR) market to reach $83B and the virtual reality (VR)