March 16, 2018
Virtual Reality Using Captivate
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March 16, 2018
Virtual Reality Using Captivate
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I read in a post that Captivate can be used to create virtual reality learning.  This is not a method I’ve used. I would like to open the question to the community to hear best practices for this training technique.

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2019-06-03 08:44:21
2019-06-03 08:44:21

Great potential, however there appears to be a lack of supported hardware or support for developers working with other hardware not recommended by Adobe (found it difficult to find any lists for this).

I experienced VR a number of years ago at Learning Technology Conference in London and was great learning tool then so this is definitely exciting development.

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2019-06-30 16:43:36
2019-06-30 16:43:36
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So is it difficult to export them into something that students can easily use? What platform to they play on? I was hoping to do that with Google Carboard (or something like that)

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2019-06-03 05:21:22
2019-06-03 05:21:22

I see a lot of potential in combining 360 photos and videos with hotspots etc to make learning immersive.

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2019-02-06 22:11:35
2019-02-06 22:11:35

Yes, I also want to learn more about using virtual reality for class teaching.

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2019-02-06 01:52:47
2019-02-06 01:52:47

I also want to learn more about the VR application with captivate. Especially, I am interested in how VR may help for language learning.

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2018-05-07 14:25:52
2018-05-07 14:25:52

Thanks for sharing!

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2018-03-18 14:45:26
2018-03-18 14:45:26

I wonder if it relates to the sneak peek that was shown at the Adobe Learning Summit in LV. I recorded some of this while sitting in the audience for those who are interested. Here is the link with the appropriate time stamp included.
https://youtu.be/RoCshperfx4?t=13m5s

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2018-03-18 14:56:50
2018-03-18 14:56:50
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Hi Paul,
thanks for sharing the video!

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2018-03-20 14:28:44
2018-03-20 14:28:44
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Paul Wilson
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Hi Paul,

Many thanks for sharing this video.
Just a question :
The user in this presentation has 3D option in his captivate version :
3D slide
and 3D assets and a 360 background…

In my Adobe Captivate 2017 version I have no access to this option 🙁 ..

Should this 3d version of Captivate will be soon released ?

Thank’s for your answer.

Chris

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2018-03-20 23:29:00
2018-03-20 23:29:00
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Christophe TILLIER
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This video was just a demonstration of features that may end up in Adobe Captivate in the future. I have no idea when or even if these features are coming.

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2018-03-21 08:24:58
2018-03-21 08:24:58
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Paul Wilson
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“Futur is coming” 😉

In order to developp, this kind of project, I advice you to take a look at this tool : http://www.openspace3d.com

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2018-03-21 16:23:08
2018-03-21 16:23:08
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Paul, thank you for sharing this video and feedback.

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2018-03-16 14:08:40
2018-03-16 14:08:40

Christophe, thank you for replying.

I didn’t bookmark the post…and I wish I had. If I come across it, I will certainly add it in the reply.

From a curious standpoint, I was not aware of this feature. I wanted to check with the community to see if others were using it.

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2018-03-16 07:53:02
2018-03-16 07:53:02

Virtual Reality training is very interesting !
Indeed, yhat’s a good question 🙂
Chandra, could you share the post about this subject please ?

Regards,

Christophe

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