Singularity Labs announces that Pioneer Adaptive Learning could be completely integrated with HP's intelligent Virtual Reality (VR) platform, Omnicept.
FREMONT, CA: Singularity Labs, the latest R&D department of Singularity Group, has announced that Pioneer Adaptive Learning, its neuroadaptive training product, can be wholly integrated with HP's intelligent Virtual Reality (VR) platform, Omnicept. Pioneer's innovative approach of analyzing physiological data to forecast real-time learning requirements enables the integrated solutions to produce highly immersive, realistic, and customized training experiences.
Pioneer Adaptive Learning, which incorporates the unlimited and scalable ability of virtual reality with the most cutting-edge approaches in applied neuroscience, will pilot customized programs for retail employees to generate skills ranging from diversity and inclusion to customer service and sales, machine operation, and order fulfillment. Virtual reality is more successful at training employees, and it is cost-efficient than in-person training, can engage numerous users at once, and provides continuous high training quality.
The applications enable workers to learn in the context of their particular jobs and work environments with experiences guided by individual response data, like eye tracking, cognitive workload, motivation, memory encoding, and heart rate, which helps to recognize when experiences are mentally stimulating or provoking temporary anxiety.
"Adaptive learning can significantly cut training costs and decrease employee ramp-up time while providing for a better training experience because employees learn asynchronously by doing and learning from mistakes," said Kyle Nel, President, Singularity Labs. "HP launched the right technology at the right time to enable Pioneers vision for the future of work and learning to come to life, providing an opportunity for companies to optimize their training programs without risk or additional costs."
The Pioneer Adaptive Learning program from Singularity Labs blends innovative physiological data gathering with cutting-edge VR quality and processing. The solution makes use of HP's intelligent VR headset, the HP Reverb G2 Omnicept Edition, and accelerates the collection of real-time human insights due to an array of embedded sensors that collect physiological responses to create a unique user-centric experience.
"Singularity Group is an organization with a long impactful history in exponential technology and by adopting HP Omnicept, a powerful and adaptive VR solution, the creation of new user-centric experiences to help businesses better prepare for the future becomes even more engaging and personalized," said Joanna Popper, Global Head of Virtual Reality Go to Market, Advanced Compute and Solutions at HP Inc. "HP Omnicept opens new possibilities for VR development and has the potential to transform the way we interact with technology, particularly in the retail sector where training that adapts for high turnover rates and a distributed workforce will drive high ROI for businesses."