Category: Food for thought

Food for thought
Measurable Benefits of VR Training
By Sam Watts | 07th May 2020

Since the launch of the 4th wave of Virtual Reality (VR) in 2013, many experts have spoken of the benefits of using the technology for learning & development, training and simulation. However many of these benefits have been little more than vague statements without any substantiated proof or empirical evidence. Therefore we decided to carry […]

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Ruminating and Snippets – Seven Weeks Later
By Sam Watts | 05th May 2020

As we approach the end of the 2nd month of government-advised remote working from home, with the studio still vacant albeit for some thirsty plants, we take a considered look at how social distancing and COVID-19 has impacted the business, learning industry and wider immersive technologies sector. First up, Robin, Managing Director of Make Real: […]

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Make Real – A Primer
By Sam Watts | 09th April 2020

It’s often confusing when shopping around for learning & development content creators, especially if you’re looking to break moulds and increase the perception of your company leading in innovation, whilst also keeping a firm hand on logic and reasoned design, towing the line of what’s known to work (because you’ve always done it that way, […]

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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 […]

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