810 Social Virtual Reality at Visa
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Friday, October 26
AR & VR
What if you could infuse the power of social learning into virtual reality or augmented reality? While they offer deeply immersive experiences for individuals, both can be primarily a solo experience. Learn how Visa is using connected mobile devices in concert with AR and VR hardware to create collaborative experiences for learners.
In this session, you’ll explore Visa’s successes and lessons learned and receive guidance for how you can leverage social VR/AR with your employees. You’ll also learn about Visa’s human-centered design process for developing such experiences, including how they engage users through UX design. Plus, you’ll ideate how social VR/AR can be used within your organization.
In this session, you will learn:
- How Visa took their concept from ideation through implementation
- About Visa’s successes, lessons learned, and guidance for developing VR/AR experiences
- How to build a team-based VR learning experience at your organization
- New ideas for how you can use social VR/AR with your employees
Designers, developers, managers, and senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
Virtual reality (VR), Vive custom build, and augmented reality (AR).
Senior Instructional Designer
Carol Combs is the senior instructional designer for learning and innovation at Visa University, where she focuses on the introduction of compelling and innovative learning experiences. In her role at Visa, Carol develops learning experiences that leverage emerging technologies in mobile, social, and gamified environments. Carol is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and has a background in computer engineering and information technologies.
Kierra Dotson is a creative technologist with Visa, where she explores and designs new concepts and technologies to create new learning paradigms. Kierra is responsible for developing new technology solutions within the Visa University learning ecosystem that shape how data is captured and analyzed.