Sharing What Works

March 22 – 24, 2017 Orlando, FL

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EME202 Using 360-Degree Video in Your Training

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, March 23

Expo Hall: Emerging Tech Stage

2-D video is an important and engaging component of training programs and curricula around the world, but learners see only the linear path the video projects. What if you created a more immersive world for your learners, and gave them control of what to focus on and explore, by allowing them to see everything around them?

In this session, you will explore the use of 360-degree video in training development. You will learn what it takes to capture and edit 360 video on a budget, and how you can view and share your 360 video content with the world. Additionally, the session will cover how mainstream editing programs are adopting 360 workflows, and you will experience examples of 360 video that are being used for training and development in industries today.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What it takes to record and edit 360 video
  • How to view and share 360 video
  • About existing 360 video training uses and examples
  • About the strengths and weaknesses of 360 video in training development

Audience:
Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and senior leaders (VP, CLO, executive, etc.). No prerequisite knowledge is needed.

Technology discussed in this session:
360-degree video; Adobe Premiere; and the GoPro Hero4 and SJ4000 action cameras.

Destery Hildenbrand

Learning Technology Specialist

Rockwell Collins

Destery Hildenbrand is a learning technology specialist with Rockwell Collins and an adjunct instructor at Kirkwood Community College. Destery has over 14 years of experience in training and development for corporate and higher education and is a champion of technology in learning. He spends his time developing experiences that use engaging technology such as augmented reality and 360-degree immersive video, along with other, more traditional development tools. As an event speaker for the past three years, Destery travels the country to engage, share, and encourage other learning professionals to expand their use of technology in development.

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