Introduction to No-Code Authoring, Publishing, and Evaluation of 3D Immersive and Interactive Content
Friday, February 10 12:00pm to 1:00pm (PST)
Public Service Building 270 (next to UCI Parking Office, above the police station)
Or via Zoom: https://uci.zoom.us/j/98088221937
Please RSVP here if you plan on attending the talk.
- Branching paths
- Dialogue with AI-agents
- Digital humans with gestures
- Step by step instructions for procedural tasks
- Create multiplayer simulations for group learning and synchronous training
- Publish your simulations to web, mobile, VR and AR devices
- Collect data from users
- Analyze data to derive insights about users’ engagement and performance
Because this will be a hands-on training session, it is recommended that in-person participants bring their laptop. It will also expedite the training if attendees could make an account and install the software beforehand. You can make an account at this website: https://hyperskill.siminsights.com/, and they have an introductory tutorial on YouTube. The speakers are bringing VR headsets to live-test our creations, and there will be a half-hour Q&A after the talk.
HyperSkill is a no-code 3D simulation authoring software for both Virtual and Augmented Reality. HyperSkill was created to enable instructional designers to create immersive training content without having to learn programming. HyperSkill enables non-programmers to author VR/AR content, publish it to various devices and audiences and collect and visualize experience data. Users can unlock the value of existing CAD and 3D assets by converting them into interactive virtual objects securely stored in the cloud. These virtual objects can enrich training and assessment. HyperSkill supports xAPI so that content creators can use xAPI to log and report data and fine grained metrics related to content and learner proficiency on targeted knowledge and skills. To learn more, please visit https://siminsights.com/hyperskill/
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