The 3D, interactive, immersive, and intelligent (I3) simulations specialist, SimInsights, launched its no-code 3D simulation Content Creation Platform, HyperSkill, for virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence training applications.
HyperSkill enables instructional designers and subject matter experts to develop immersive, interactive, and intelligent training content without a need for programming or technical skills in machine learning and artificial intelligence. The platform allows non-programmers to enter the world of VR, AR, and AI content creation, share their work across devices and platforms and collect relevant data related to its performance. The platform has been used for applications in several domains, including healthcare, manufacturing, and education.
“HyperSkill is a giant leap towards our mission to democratize the creation of 3D, interactive, immersive, and intelligent simulations,” said Rajesh Jha, CEO and XR/AI Product Leader at SimInsights, Inc.
The company is enabling instructional designers and subject matter experts to come up with high-fidelity learning experiences in an entirely self-serve manner. The no-code features make the platform up to ten times faster and cheaper compared to creating immersive content through programming with 3D game engines.
The platform also features a rapidly growing public repository of XR-ready 3D assets, consisting of virtual environments, virtual persons, and virtual objects. AI-powered Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Computer Vision simplify authoring, enhance experiences, and helps unlock new use cases.
HyperSkill also incorporates cross-platform capabilities. Creators can create and deliver the content remotely using AR/VR headsets and other web, desktop, and mobile platforms. The multiplayer feature can facilitate synchronous learning scenarios, including collaborative and instructor-led training.
The platform is also available as a free trial to help you gauge its efficacy for your operations.
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