SimInsights will attend Educating For Careers conference in Sacramento, CA
Irvine, California, February 26 2023: SimInsights representatives will attend the Educating for Careers conference in Sacramento, CA where they will exhibit HyperSkill to teachers and students. HyperSkill provides a collection of career exploration simulations covering healthcare, manufacturing, data center and many other careers jobs. These simulations have been developed with industry experts to make sure they are authentic and provide a realistic career exploration experience.
SimInsights team will bring a variety of VR and AR devices, including Oculus Quest and Microsoft Hololens, to this event. It is worth noting that all of the simulations being demonstrated have been created using the no-code authoring functionality within HyperSkill, which means that teachers and students can not only experience the simulations, but they can also edit them, and even create their own customized variations. We believe that school districts should not be restricted to being only consumers of content but should be given the opportunity to create their own simulations, if they have the desire to do so.
HyperSkill is priced at $99 per month for education and supports an unlimited number of VR/AR headsets, as well as an unlimited number of students. HyperSkill simulations are cross platform, meaning that they can be launched on web, desktop, iPad as well as VR/AR devices. New simulations are being released at the rate of over 20 simulations per month and our team is actively seeking input from educators about which simulations they would like to have for their classrooms.
HyperSkill is a no-code 3D simulation platform for both Virtual and Augmented Reality. HyperSkill was created to enable instructional designers to create immersive training content without having to learn programming. HyperSkill includes thousands of 3D assets and simulations that are accessible for free to users. HyperSkill enables non-programmers to author VR/AR content, publish it to various devices and audiences and collect and visualize experience data. HyperSkill has been developed with R&D funding from the National Science Foundation. To learn more, please visit