Augmented Reality Training

the challenge 

Our confidence in the promising future of Augmented Reality training inspired us create our very own Augmented Reality solution.

Augmented Reality training offers a unique way to engage learners – its hands-on nature and realistic backdrop are perfect for enhancing the learner experience.

While undertaking industry research, we found a noticeable difference in the quality of Augmented Reality training solutions compared to Augmented Reality (AR) solutions in other industries. With that in mind, we challenged ourselves to create a realistic AR experience that would showcase our capabilities and the innovative ways in which AR can be used to develop skills and learning.

the approach

We decided to transform our office building into an augmented reality world – a Fenturi AR interactive business card. Our solution was built in Unity using Google’s ARCore. It provides some handy information about us, our phone number and our LinkedIn page – a simple and impressive way to stand out from the crowd.

We were all very happy with the level of detail we were able to achieve, from the flickering of the Fenturi flag to the shimmer in the windows. There’s also a disco on the roof, paying homage to all the disco dancers in the Fenturi team. 

 

the results

AR is both interactive and informative, creating the perfect formula for an educational, immersive experience. Some of the most successful implementations of AR in training is when it’s used to layer useful information on top of real-life scenarios. 

This method has already been implemented in organisations and saves hours of work, making the whole process more efficient. Solutions like this are what excites us when it comes to Augmented Reality in the workplace. 

If the fit is right we are ready to build an AR training solution, so call us on 0117 440 1000, email us at hello@fenturi.com or send a message via our contact us page. 

The possibilities

AR

endless

The AR solution we have built is only the beginning of its potential when it comes to learning. The way we have overlaid information over a realistic image of a building has great potential for teaching in many industries and topics, to name a few examples – fire safety training, electrics and gas maintenance, onboarding and site familiarisation.

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