Virtual Reality In A Time Of Change: Transform L&D With VR Training

Ready for your essential guide to Virtual Reality training? SweetRush's Creative Producer Emily Cooper shares what’s waiting for you in our eBook. Discover which topic you’ll want to dive into first, from the latest VR trends to the key factors in VR investment to the analytics revolution!

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How My Design Thinking Experience Created An Effective Training Program For Experiential Learning Using VR Tech

One call center associate’s journey from onboarding hell to design thinking nirvana. Follow our heroine as she discovers how VR tech can create experiential learning that’s more fun than a TikTok dance video.

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Captivate puzzles in VR

Hi,

I am wanting to use Captivate to create a virtual reality experience in which a person needs to work out a code in order to move onto the next scene.

I have only been able to find multiple choice quizzes in the VR space. Is it possible to create a virtual lock in which a participant would need to work out a code (password, 3 digit code, series of directions, etc) in order to progress to the next scene?

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Virtual Reality Puzzle in Adobe Captivate

I am creating a VR orientation program in Captivate based on how escape rooms work. I want to have a virtual lock that would need to be solved in order to progress to the next slide.

I have been playing in Captivate with VR and I have only been able to insert multiple choice or true/false questions. Ideally, I’d like to be able to set a question in which a user has to enter a three-digit code correctly, or a password, or a sequence of directions, in order to progress.

Can this be done?

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Virtual Reality Puzzle in Adobe Captivate

I am creating a VR orientation program in Captivate based on how escape rooms work. I want to have a virtual lock that would need to be solved in order to progress to the next slide.

I have been playing in Captivate with VR and I have only been able to insert multiple choice or true/false questions. Ideally, I’d like to be able to set a question in which a user has to enter a three-digit code correctly, or a password, or a sequence of directions, in order to progress.

Can this be done?

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VR In The Real World: 6 Virtual Reality Corporate Training Tips To Improve Practical Application

Memorizing policies and procedures may help employees pass the final exam, but what happens when they step into the workplace? In this article, I share 6 tips to use Virtual Reality training to facilitate real-world application.

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Gaining Buy-In For VR Learning Programs: Setting Up A Successful VR Training Strategy

As an L&D professional, you understand how effective VR training can amplify your learning programs. You also need a strategy to justify the investment. Start here by learning about the key options that will affect the cost and shape your ROI and the best practices for gaining buy-in.

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6 Virtual Reality Employee Training Techniques To Reduce Seat Time And Training Expenses

Do employees spend more time in the company LMS than in the workplace? Are L&D costs spiraling out of control? In this article, I share 6 VR training techniques to reduce seat time and training costs.

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