EME102 Augmented Reality: Taking a New Look at Old Technology
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, March 22
Augmented reality has been around for decades, but it has recently resurfaced and become a hot topic. Every day you are bombarded with new solutions utilizing this idea. However, many of them just multiply the simplistic and common way of thinking. People used to associate AR with mobiles and glasses. Is this field really so limited? Let’s redefine augmented reality to find new ways of designing innovative and disruptive learning solutions.
During the session, you will learn to redefine and expand the meaning of augmented reality. You will see examples of solutions that are far beyond usage of mobile devices and AR-enabled glasses, such as a “day in the life of” (DILO) approach. You will break the connotation of AR with visual sense, which dramatically reduces creativity in this field, and learn how work and training augmentation can support your professional life.
In this session, you will learn:
- How augmented reality can support people development
- How to better classify augmented reality solutions (“on the fly,” “reflective,” “situational”)
- How to adapt AR solutions into the learning design process
- About curated materials for self-reading and reflections on AR
Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
discussed in this session:
Various AR-related technologies.
Senior Manager; TD&L Innovation Center Lead
Marek Hyla is a senior manager and TD&L Innovation Center lead with Accenture. He has delivered services to the T&D industry since 1999, working across a variety of companies—IT, investments, training, and consulting. Marek has cooperated with more than 100 companies, being responsible for design of learning strategies, project management, and instructional design, to mention only a few. As an Innovation Center global lead in talent development and learning practice, he manages the global network of people involved in innovative initiatives. Marek is the author of three books on new training technologies and instructional design.
Moritz von Radowitz
Moritz von Radowitz is a learning manager at Accenture with more than 15 years’ experience in corporate learning. After starting his career as part of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ self-paced learning team in 1999, Moritz worked for IBM’s learning and knowledge organization from 2003 until 2011. During his time at IBM, he acted as project lead for the successful transition to a globally integrated training development model. After a brief stint at Tata Interactive Systems, Moritz joined Accenture’s Training Competence Center team. He holds an MA in media management and is certified as a master trainer by the Master Trainer Institute, Ferney-Voltaire, France.