Interactive AR Glasses in eLearning & Healthcare

Note: This is a copy of the old site original post posted in Sept 2020

One of the biggest gripes in the health care sector is having to take the time after a really busy shift to write up you notes for all the activities and tasks that you were required to do. Staff are usually so exhausted because they have not stopped for the past 4-6 hours, that the last thing they want to do is have to think back at exactly what they did. Imagine if you were able to write up your care notes, whilst you were attending to a resident, or having to fill in a form whilst out with a disability client. Imagine the learning potential, that takes the learner to work instructions, whilst attending to task in their work schedule during care interaction with people. Bring in the Interactive AR glasses and, perhaps, this problem is solved. Have a look at this video and make some of your own conclusions and see how these might fit into your eLearning innovations in your workplace.

James Paine (2018), founder of the West Reality Advisors, stated in his article in Inc.com that 'AR apps, headsets, and smart glasses hold the promise to add value to virtually every industry - from retail to industrial manufacturing. AR is already showing potential to solve some of the biggest problems and pain points (1). From my perspective I can see the real benefits in aged care eLearning education.

Have a look at this video and make some of your own conclusions and see how these might fit into your eLearning innovations in your workplace.


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