Hands-On with Vidoni Mixed Reality Learning
“Creating opportunity through skill acquisition for every member of the global workforce”
Sync and contextualize your training with your modeled
work-space leveraging Vidoni™ A.I.
Vidoni™ Augmented and Mixed Reality Learning System and Method Using Motion Captured Virtual Hands** powered by A.I. helps trainees & learners accelerate and retain their training by using our patented pending mixed reality hands-on learning system instruction.
US manufacturers pledge to train 1.2M workers amid skilled labor shortage
Our customers are able to distribute their hands-on training with Vidoni™ Mixed Reality so their expert instructors can spend more time focusing on what moves their
company forward - a great highly trained workforce!
The Vidoni team took 2nd place in the Machine Learning group at
Collision Tech 2018 in New Orleans
Vidoni™ is hands-on training using readily available Mixed Reality headsets. We are currently changing the way manufacturers and large construction projects train and incorporate simulation with LiDAR/3D modeling. We used playing the piano as a toughest proof of concept. With our Vidoni™ MR application we are also applying this success to the manufacturing and construction for safety training. Fabrication and Facilities Management training also benefit from our unique technology. Vidoni™ accelerates learning for just about anything that requires hands to build or create evoking the MIT proclamation "Mens et Manus," - "Mind and Hand."
Vidoni encourages “Active learning” as a phenomenon wherein learners “do meaningful activities and think about what they are doing.” Combining motor learning and proprioception or kinaesthesia - the sense of self-movement and hand/body position - Vidoni takes
hands-on learning to a new level of retention.
“Active learning” reaches back as far as learning itself. While numerous active learning taxonomies exist, each includes the interrelated components of intentional engagement, purposeful observing, and critical reflection.* Active learning is grounded in constructivist and social constructivism theories. That is, learners that interact more with the physical subject matter will construct and
“own” the knowledge.
*Denise Murchison Payton Walden University