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Building and operating RT3D experiences

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Closing the skills gap There is a major skills gap in the industrial workforce: In the U.S. alone, half of the skilled manufacturing jobs are unfilled. There are fewer applicants applying for these skilled jobs, and when they do, they frequently lack the required skills. In an age where job applicants are “digital natives” who have grown up with the internet, savvy organizations are rethinking their approach to empowering the incoming front-line workforce. AR-enabled training and maintenance provides a heads-up, hands-free way to get up to speed, with contextual data access when and where they need it. Making remote collaboration a reality Over-the-shoulder coaching on-the-job is key to learning how to perform critical tasks, and with spatial computing and an IP connection, those mentors don’t even need to be in the same room as their mentees. Experts can “see” through the eyes of the worker and guide them along with live two-way communication and the ability to understand and interact with the remote environment. This is ideal when you have a persistent data connection, and an expert is available to help out. Reimagining on-the-job training Another approach is to use stored work procedures for task guidance and on-the-job training. In many situations, this may be far more flexible and feasible as compared to a live remote expert since it doesn’t rely on the connectivity to, and availability of a remote expert. Expert knowledge can be made available “on-demand” to help workers complete complex tasks. Building and operating real-time 3D (RT3D) experiences has many benefits, regardless of the industry. - Easily create interactive content. - Iterate on design concepts faster. - Collaborate with team members. - See their final product at all times. - Reuse content across many projects


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