3D Interactive training
We turn a learning location into teaching material available as a group presentation or home study. Whether the place is dangerous, remote or expensive to access we can learn through a virtual visit.
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The perfect VR solution for group learning
Teaching a group is more efficient and often more effective. Trainers also want to use VR technology to replace older forms of instruction. Look creates VR training material that can be presented to a group or one on one - saving the expense of multiple headsets and the time to take turns.
Headsets to handsets
A Look.insite is a headset, desktop and mobile experience. As good for the classroom as the airport lounge. It can be integrated in a learning management system, accessed online or carried on a usb stick. Simple to access and no need for extra kit.
Photo VR looks better and saves you money
VR is a very useful way to teach people what to do when they recognise issues within a space. They learn better when the space looks more real and less like a video game. Look builds VR from real spaces which is cheaper and more realistic.
Record progress and provide assessments
A Look.insite can assess students progress by providing task based challenges with recorded behaviour or integrating LMS testing panels within the space.
Scale your service
Every business benefits from scalability. Your training material is not limited by hardware our location. It doesn't need specialist supervision. It can be shared with other training locations or provided directly to clients.
Any space is accessible
Some training locations are essential to see but hard to access. Group sizes are limited, time is short. Look needs just one visit to capture that spaces and make it available.
Use the training location as a virtual classroom
We present teaching material in the place where it is most relevant the place where it will be used later. Interactive text, image and video are all available well as interactive animation - objects in the space show how they move and change.