Apprenticeships – E-Learning, OJT or Immersive learning?

I am likely going to shock you.  Heck, I might even cause you to gasp.  You may have heard the recent announcement by the President […]

VR aiding recovery from strokes

I wrote recently about the growing use of virtual reality in areas such as rehabilitation. Immersive Rehab is a British startup that is using virtual […]

VR Headset Resolution that Blows Away Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

Digital Bodies: We know immersive technologies are changing fast, but the VR headset resolution announced by Varjo even caught us by surprise. The Finnish startup revealed […]

VR and mental health

Virtual reality as a healthcare tool is something I’ve touched on a bit recently.  For instance, I wrote recently about an interesting application of virtual […]

Virtual Reality and Training the Millennial

Indusgeeks’ Founder and CEO, Sid Banerjee explores the need for more immersive, engaging training and how virtual reality creates the right emotional immersion to train […]

#GuildChat for 06/16/17: Learning in Context

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, June 16th at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is Learning in Context. It’s more than a common sense idea; we […]


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We’re in a NMC State of Mind: Immersive Learning and the Future of Education

Digital Bodies: It’s time for the NMC conference – and we’re thinking about immersive learning and the future of education. The Digital Bodies team is preparing […]

Walmart dives into immersive tech with a VR training simulator for employees

Digital Bodies: VR is already in use in high-risk industries and to train athletes, and now Walmart is rolling out a VR training simulator program […]

Does the Samsung Gear VR have a future?

Digital Bodies: A short time ago, it would have been hard to question the future of the Samsung Gear VR headset. Released in 2014 (here’s […]

Book Review: Ready Player One

I’ve been reading a lot of books lately, some work related, some classic fiction (see my other blog, ‘100 school books‘), and some purely for […]

Using VR to help the terminally ill

I wrote recently about an interesting application of virtual reality to help patients rehabilitate after an injury.  Immersive Rehab aim to help these people by […]