Training 4.0: AR Experience Capturing and Sharing

Room K3

Why settle for a bad instructor, if you can learn knowledge-intensive tasks from the luminaries of a field? With Augmented Reality live guidance and wearable sensor capturing of expert behaviour, a new generation of learning and training systems is arriving in the work place: hands-on holographic tutoring. Dr Wild will report on findings of his Performance Augmentation Lab at Oxford Brookes University, with examples from the WEKIT and TCBL projects, with examples of AR for training of astronauts, airplane maintenance engineers, radiologists, textile and clothing businesses.

Enterprise Track