I'll say it again but I've really enjoyed using Adobe Captivate 2019 and learning how to create software simulation training for WebEx. But now, I'm ready for some more challenges and I've had one idea in my head for a while. What about VR training? Checking out an article about VR while digging through the elearningindustry.com site and I came across this:
It explains how VR use can really improve employee training. It makes it fun, it obviously gives the learner a truly authentic feel, and of course, it will save money in the process. I feel that there are some possibilities to use something like this at work in the IT field. In the CHS department, some of this is being used already in Public Health and on the simulation floor. I had two ideas in mind that I might give a try very soon. One is how to use the classroom technology which I think would be nice with a VR touch. It wouldn't be difficult to capture a classroom podium, projectors and screen in a recording so I'm eager to give it a try. When using Adobe Captivate 2019, you can't help but see the "Virtual Reality Project" option sitting there in front of you whenever you dive into a module or work on your projects. Now that the semester is over, why not give it a try? I know it's not hard to capture the 360-degree images and I'll look at a video or two on how to add the interactive items. Hope to get started soon!