The best type of training is hands-on. On-the-job training offers new employees to truly understand their role and confidently learn how to fulfil it. However, some industries and job roles are far too dangerous or high-risk to enable new employees to learn in a hands-on way. Instead, we revert to more conventional methods like training manuals or PowerPoints, but these are dull and unengaging. What if the was a way to engage your employees whilst learning in the most effective way without any risk? Enter AR and VR.
2017 was a big year for technology.
As an industry, fashion is influenced by the past, present and future. Whilst it’s collections can vary from classical renaissance silhouettes to futuristic space age jumpsuits, the fashion industry always looks to emerging tech to find innovative trend-setting ways to promote and display their products. Most recently, London-based Burberry have introduced an augmented reality feature to their app, aiming to create a more immersive experience for its users by allowing them to digitally decorate their surroundings using Burberry-inspired drawings by artist Danny Sangra.
There is no denying the impact emerging technologies has across all industry sectors. Emerging technologies are transforming both industry practise and customer expectations, allowing for seamless purchasing and immersive experiences.