Category: Food for thought

Food for thought
Using VR For More Than Learning & Games
By Sam Watts | 18th March 2020

Here at Make Real, we’re strong believers in VR and the wide set of use cases for it, beyond just the sectors that we actively service within learning & development, training, simulation and entertainment. Whilst the team is remotely working from home during the current pandemic, here’s a list of some VR titles we’re using […]

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Using Immersive Technologies for Remote Working
By Sam Watts | 13th March 2020

In the wake of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, immersive technologies have been thrust into the limelight as a potential solution to organisations suddenly finding themselves having to enforce working from home for their employees, or seeing events and travel arrangements cancelled. As a result there is a mixed bag of coverage around the viability […]

Events
Hello Learn Tech, Our Old Friend
By Sam Watts | 28th February 2020

Another year, and another Learning Technologies conference successfully in the bag. This year was bigger and better for us – considering our five main takeaways from last year. With a bigger stand and a bigger team, we even managed to slip off to catch a couple of talks and demos (hence better!). Our design team […]

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Sophie Costin talks about future of learning tech on The Learning Hack Podcast
By Sophie Costin | 03rd February 2020

It’s 2020; time to mix things up. I didn’t write a blog this month, but John Helmer, creator of the Learning Hack podcast, was kind enough to invite me to record an episode with him. He wanted to create an episode on learning design for unusual mediums. But how unusual is it to design learning […]

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So, this is (almost) Christmas…
By Sophie Costin | 02nd December 2019

You may have noticed; we’re fast approaching the end of the year. Yikes. So, I’ve been reflecting on my first (almost*) year at Make Real. How has it been almost a year?! Time flies when you’re having fun, I guess. As some of you may know, when I joined in January, my background was solely […]

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We’re always happy to talk to you about how immersive technologies can engage your employees and customers. If you have a learning objective in mind, or simply want to know more about VR, send us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.