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Join us at the Alex Hotel on Tuesday, 30 May from 8am to 9.15am for our latest ‘Rise & Learn‘ breakfast event on building immersive learning experiences with virtual reality (VR).
Our speaker Camille Donegan from Virtual Reality Ireland will be joined for a panel discussion by Jonny Cosgrove from meetingRoom and Paul Sweeney from DAQRI. The panel will be chaired by Alex Gibson, TU Dublin and ARVR INNOVATE.
At this event, we use VR training case studies to explore how VR and AR can:
Camille Donegan is a VR Producer and Consultant, and General Manager at Virtual Reality Ireland. She has a background in theatre, film and computer science with 15-year, parallel careers in technology and the arts (theatre, film, radio). Camille produces interactive, immersive, corporate training experiences and solutions delivered on VR headsets. She produced two successful VR Training solutions, Immersive Sales Star for FBD Insurance which won an IITD ‘Excellence in Digital Learning’ award 2019 and Woodies Plumbing training app, which has recently been rolled out to 400+ staff on the Woodies Training bus. Camille runs a VR meetup XRD (XR Dublin), previously known as VR Community Ireland.
Our ‘Rise & Learn‘ breakfast event series brings you the latest research, insights and trends in learning from the Learnovate Centre in Trinity College Dublin. Funded by Enterprise Ireland, the team at Learnovate are learning practitioners, technology researchers and user-experience experts who help companies with organisational learning and technology-enhanced learning. Our community gathers together learning & development managers, learning designers, educators, entrepreneurs, policymakers and researchers working across corporate learning, schools, higher-education and non-formal learning.
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