Category: Food for thought

Food for thought
Building Immersive Training Environments to Make Construction Feel Real
By Sam Watts | 20th May 2021

At Make Real, we’ve been working with the construction, energy and utilities sectors (which we collaboratively call Built Environment) for over 10 years. With deployments across the globe, we’ve creating immersive learning experiences and training simulations for some of the largest organisations. We have worked with all the available technologies, appropriately falling out of a […]

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Making Immersive Add-up for the Finance Sector
By Sam Watts | 20th April 2021

From Augmented and Virtual Reality to mobile and desktop, a new audience is emerging across the full scale of immersive learning technologies. In recent years, the financial sector has been increasingly turning to these tools to solve their biggest learning challenges. It has been long understood how immersive technologies can be applied to practical tasks. […]

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xR State of Play 2021
By Sam Watts | 02nd February 2021

As we’re settling into the new year with 11 months ahead of us, we thought it was time to take a look at the current state of the immersive industry and see what’s coming down the pipe for 2021 – some based upon what is publicly available and we know about, with a healthy dose […]

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Why Use VR for Soft-Skills Interpersonal Training?
By Sam Watts | 15th August 2020

One of the use cases we’ve seen a rise in demand for using Virtual Reality (VR) with is in and around the subject of soft-skills, interpersonal training within organisations. Many clients have worked with us to explore and deploy VR training solutions at scale, including Vodafone, Lloyds Banking Group and Severn Trent, to name a […]

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Design Changes – a year on at Make Real
By Sam Watts | 13th August 2020

As part of our desire to encourage the wider team to write blog posts about their area of expertise, life at Make Real or topics they have an interest in, here we have Alan from the learning design team, who joined us [nearly] a year ago, looking at adaptions he’s made during his transition from […]

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