Category: Food for thought

Food for thought
What is the metaverse and what does it mean for learning & development? – Pt. 2
By Sam Watts | 22nd December 2021

We’re back to continue our look at what the metaverse could mean for L&D, training and simulation. In part one, we asked what is (and isn’t) it and who is building it. In this part we’ll start to look at how it’s structured and some of the challenges that lay ahead, not only in creating […]

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Make Real – 2021 End of Year Review
By Sam Watts | 17th December 2021

2022 is nearly upon us and so it’s time to look back at the year that was 2021, as far as studio news and output is concerned. After 2020, it continued to be a challenging set of scenarios for everyone across the globe, ending as it began, with many of our clients facing ongoing changes […]

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What is the metaverse and what does it mean for learning & development? – Pt. 1
By Sam Watts | 29th November 2021

Regular readers of our monthly newsletter ‘Reality Check‘ (sign-up here if not already) will know that there’s a new buzzword in town, the metaverse. Alternatively, you may have heard it mentioned in many other articles, talks or blog posts as there’s A LOT of chatter right now about what it is, what it means and […]

Make Real – 2021 Q3 Review
By Sam Watts | 30th September 2021

As the sun rises later and sets earlier, meaning the Winter nights are drawing in, it’s time once more to look back over the happenings and outputs of the studio over these past three Summery months. Whilst for many it meant some time off, either risking changeable costs of going abroad or costly competition for […]

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Let’s Get Physical[ly Engaged]
By Sam Watts | 28th September 2021

It’s very easy when thinking about digital learning to assume that it’s all virtual, augmented or desktop-based, with the analogue swept aside for 1s and 0s. However we’re strong believers in mixing the two aspects to create truly transformational, immersive learning experiences that physically engage and delight. From essentially our first deployment to one of […]

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