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Immersive Teaching and Learning

For thousands of years we have been learning using the same traditional methods, but in recent years technology introduces new and exciting opportunities for innovative learning and instruction. VR Immersive Learning offers a new frontier in impactful learning, broadening the potential of people to learn and grow in an experiential and more effective way.

What is VR?

Virtual Reality is a technology that enables us to feel and interact as if we are in a different place than our physical location, to be with people who are not physically present and have the agency to control or influence this virtual environment. In many industries, VR is already used for sales processes, social conferencing, therapeutic purposes, and training and education.

The Science Behind VR and Immersive Learning

In recent years VR has been used in training and education with supporting research underscoring the significant value it brings to these domains. Thanks to sensorimotor contingency (sensorimotor theory of perceptual consciousness), VR users feel as if they are present in the virtual environment. Studies show that experiential learning is more memorable, self-efficacy is enhanced, and higher levels of empathy are evident. Our brains interpret VR experiences very similarly to real life events. Therefore, learning in VR is much more personal, active, engaging and memorable. These advantages are key to impactful learning.

What are the Benefits of Immersive Learning?

Multi-sensory & Engaging

  • Effective – Learning by Doing

  • Strong sense of presence

  • Confronts cognitive and social biases – perspective-taking

  • Undivided Attention


Enables Data Driven Learning & Personalization

  • Real-time data feeds

  • Records implicit measures (gaze, timing, strategy)

  • Facilitation is tied to user performance and preferences

  • Effective data collection for research


  • Creates new value

  • Cost effective

  • Unique user experience

  • Solution for reduced mobility, travel restrictions & sustainability concerns


  • Cascading knowledge throughout the organization

  • Asynchronous capabilities

  • Addressing universal dilemmas

  • Democratization of knowledge & learning

Experienced Leadership

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