Category: Food for thought

Members of the Institution of Civil Engineers and Make Real accept a Bett Award from Lucy Porter.
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Two in a row for Make Real & ICE with Bett Awards
By Natalie Cregan-Evans | 05th February 2024

After a well-deserved break over the Christmas holidays, we hit the ground running in January with plenty of projects to crack on with and events to prepare for. In the midst of all that, we also had another award ceremony to attend – this time, our work with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), the […]

The Apple Vision Pro headset.
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Navigating the hype – uncovering the real value in emerging technologies
By Natalie Cregan-Evans | 18th January 2024

As we wave farewell to 2023, a year full of innovations and the inevitable whirlwind of excitement around them, it’s vital to cut through the noise and uncover the actual value they can bring to the table. The constant stream of updates, releases, and heightened interest in technologies like artificial intelligence, spatial computing, and the […]

Make Real Managing Director giving a presentation
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Getting started with AI for learning – our experiments with diagnostic AI
By Natalie Cregan-Evans | 30th October 2023

Here at Make Real, over the last few months, we’ve been on a journey exploring what AI has to offer the world of learning – and specifically, what diagnostic AI can do to enhance learning performance. We’re not AI experts; we’re users and practitioners, just like you. We want to demystify AI, showcase its real-world […]

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Making it immersive – in or out of a headset
By Jane Buffham | 31st August 2022

After arriving at Make Real a year ago last week (happy anniversary to me), I’ve come to realise that one of the aspects of our company offering that excites me the most – the use of immersive technology – is also one of the most challenging to deliver. The opportunities that VR and AR present […]

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Capturing human behaviour
By Ellie River | 27th June 2022

{Our Production Assistant Ellie has been getting her head, face and body into motion capture as part of research into streamlining our processes for soft skills VR training development. We asked her to talk us through her research and findings as part of a peek behind the curtain of how we do what we create.} […]

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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 emerging technologies like VR, AR, or AI, send us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.