Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality
Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-generated simulation that immerses the user through vision and auditory stimulation to make them feel like they are actually experiencing the fabricated reality.
Augmented reality (AR) blends digital components with real world by layering computer-generated enhancements over real world footage in a way that seamlessly enhances both components.
Mixed reality (MR), is the merging of real and virtual elements to produce new environments and visualisations, where physical and digital objects co-exist and can interact in real time.
Research has shown that those involved in 'learning by doing' teaching methods retain 70% more information than traditional lectures. By including VR, AR and MR into the learning process, TAFE Enterprise gives your staff the opportunity to learn more effectively.