2020 Realities360 Sessions
The 2020 Realities360 program delivers over 50 sessions covering the critical topics that will help you develop new skills, strategies, and expertise within the AR & VR world.
As an additional bonus, with your registration for Realities360 you'll also get access to the 120+ sessions at Learning Solutions covering a wide range of L&D topics.
Hands-On Learning BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) sessions and workshops allow you to go beyond theory and actually practice making things yourself, right then and there.
The Accidental AR/VR Instructional Designer: How to Adapt and Succeed - Kristina Wilson and Kim Larson, Fox Valley Technical College
The System's Rigged! Learning Science You Need for Better AR/VR Experiences - Patricia Bockelman and Rae Hanson, University of Central Florida, and Susan Spark, Schlumberger Technology Corp
The Emerging World of Instructional Design for AR/VR - Barbara Greenstein and Richard Benedetto, Epsilon Systems Solutions
Defining the Business Value of VR/ AR Training - Jeff Meador, JMXR.pro
300 Years of XR: Hope and Hype for Designing the Future of Learning - Thomas Kauer, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Executive Education
Microsoft Guides: New Mixed Reality Authoring Tool for Non-Programmers - Thomas Pratt, CraneMorley
Thinking Outside the Goggles: Mixed Reality in the Wild - Jennifer Murphy, Quantum Improvements Consulting
AR/MR/VR: You Could ... But Should You? - Kevin Lange, Immersion Learning
Designing and Evaluating Mixed-Reality Training Environments - Carlos Sanchez-Lozano, Cenfotec University