Re: Holograms + training? anyone? #learning
I know that the likes of PwC have been including holograms in some of their training programmes. Speaking with one of their PM's the feeling was that the equipment to provide holograms is not cheap and they are better suited to a 'wow factor' moment.
There seems to be more interest in virtual world training and knowledge. Some organizations have used Second Life or other platforms to create virtual training spaces e.g. https://www.daden.co.uk/case-studies . From a knowledge perspective we have seen a steady increase of virtual platforms typically around Building Information Modelling , rehearsive platforms e.g. https://www.rehearsive.io/ , guided platforms like https://www.augmentir.com/platform
Microsoft are flirting with virtual workspaces for knowledge e.g. SharePoint Spaces https://www.exploresharepointspaces.com/ and Outlook Spaces https://www.theverge.com/2020/2/17/21140718/microsoft-outlook-spaces-project-organizational-feature-screenshots-video-leak
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Hi, Barbara, i had heard that some oil companies such as BP and Exxon Mobil were using them especially around safety training. I've found a link using google which i'm sharing. it's an old post from 2017 but may help get you started. I'm sure there are examples from companies such as Oculus. I do wonder how we might be using these more within KM for storytelling using examples or creating scenarios based on previous project experience.
Of course, this is what we are really aiming for