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The Brain Science of AR and VR

The human brain is comprised of at least three distinctive learning centers: cognitive skills system, behavioral skills system, and emotional system.

AR and VR technology positively impacts all three learning systems:

(1) Removes the need for the brain to construct a 3-dimensional dynamic mental representation from 2-dimensional images to reduce cognitive load and engage visual representation areas in the brain,

(2) Optimizes behavioral learning through real-time interaction and corrective feedback,

(3) Engages emotions to improve situational awareness and strongly affect both cognitive and behavioral skills learning.

Research Insights

Source: PWC Research

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Faster to train than in the classroom
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more confident to apply skills learned after training
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more emotionally connected than classroom learners
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more focused than their
e-learning peers

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