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Creating Engagement with Virtual Reality (I613)


Type: Online
Duration: 00:21 hours
Status: Active

In recent years, virtual reality has made major strides due to the contributions of artificial intelligence and 3-D technologies. This online self-paced course examines the characteristics of virtual reality (VR) and its many different business applications, as well as the equipment typically used for both mobile and high-powered VR experiences. Participants will explore the different levels of the immersive experience and the factors affecting the VR participant's sense of presence and engagement.

Topics include:

  • creating engagement with virtual reality
  • identifying the business benefits of VR
  • comparing the different levels of immersion
  • exploring the types of equipment typically used for a mobile VR experience

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  • Topics: Career development; Government priorities; Information management; Information technologies; Personal and team development; Personal development; Service excellence
  • Community: Employees; Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: Digital Academy
  • Provider: Skillsoft

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