Due to corona-related restrictions, online training is currently a necessity in many places. Many lectures are held on one or the other already existing platform as a temporary bridging measure. However, EECS.green offers you the possibility to create an entire online training. Not just a lecture which can be viewed by interested parties, but a complete walk-through VR environment. In this environment you can do much more than just watch a lecture on a specific topic. You can also create a whole online training course with illustrative material, graphics, animations and different lectures, which can be explored by the participants. The training can also be made available internationally and thus address a much larger group of interested parties.
The created virtual environment is explored by means of a cardboard and a standard smartphone of the current generation and users can view created objects or graphics from all perspectives. Lectures can be paused and continued at a later time. However, the lectures of the training course may be available for a limited period of time at the organiser's discretion. This way, an online training can be created which, thanks to multimedia content and interactive learning processes, offers numerous advantages over traditional learning methods. The integration of videos, rendered graphics, walk-in objects and much more is possible in an online training. The experienced team of EECS.green will be happy to advise you on this.
Online training to accompany traditional training
Online training can be used in conjunction with traditional teaching or as stand-alone teaching on a learning platform. For example, a virtual training room is created from which the interested parties can walk through the different parts of the training from the comfort of their own home using a smartphone and cardboard and freely view them from all perspectives. From this training room, users can then also activate individual lectures, which can be paused if necessary. Here the optics of a cinema hall, a stage or also a lecture room are available. From these, users can then return to the main room to either select further lectures or, if these are available, view 3D objects.
The advantage of online training in terms of social distancing is obvious. In addition, however, there are other advantages, such as the fact that the online training can be made available to interested parties for a certain period of time and they are therefore free to decide when and how much time they invest. Furthermore, it offers the possibility to consider which part of the online training you might want to watch a second time.
What do you need?
Online training with smartphone and cardboard.
For example, the participants only need a code, a smartphone and a cardboard. This code then enables access for a predefined period of time. The content of the online training can also be easily adapted by the creator at any time and thus be used or made available over a long period of time without losing its topicality.
For many companies, this tool offers the opportunity to train a large number of employees. With the existing hardware (smartphone) and the existing cardboard, the online training can be adapted weekly/monthly/yearly and the current contents can always be communicated to the employees. Through the playful element, learning content is transported in the best possible way. Due to the simple operation there is no big hurdle to participate in the online training. The concept is suitable for all ages.
Around 97% of 14 to 19-year-olds in Germany own a smartphone. In the age group of 20 to 29 year-olds, the figure is around 97%, and 95.7% of 30 to 39 year-olds. The share of smartphone owners among the over-70s still amounts to 43.9%. (https://de.statista.com/statistik/daten/studie/459963/umfrage/anteil-der-smartphone-nutzer-in-deutschland-nach-altersgruppe/#statisticContainer)