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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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Guide to Creating Enterprise xR Experiences
By Sam Watts | 07th March 2021

Many organisations have looked at, are starting to or are well down the road of integrating immersive experiences and solutions within their everyday work processes and pipelines and it’s something we are often asked about or go through with our clients and partners. So we thought it best to help reduce initial conversations, confusion, time […]

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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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Studio Operations & COVID-19 Update (July 2020)
By Sam Watts | 17th July 2020

Mid-July Update: Being 4 months now since lockdown & the entire Make Real team started working remotely from home, as the government moves to ease elements of lockdown for everyday life & work, we wished to update our clients, partners & friends with how we will be operating for the foreseeable future. This has been […]

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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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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.