With the release of Captivate 2019, Adobe now provides eLearning professionals with new features that allow the development of more immersive and interactive learning experiences.
New for Captivate 2019 is the Virtual Reality (VR) workflow that enables the creation of projects that take advantage of VR headsets. In addition, Captivate 2019 not only allows the use of 360º images within the VR workflow, developers can add hot spots and other elements to create a more interactive and engaging learning experience.
Additional upgrades involve features and functions that change video delivery from a passive viewing experience to an interactive learning experience. Using Overlay Slides and Bookmarks, developers can specify interaction points where the learner can respond to questions or jump to another point in the video. These features allow for adaptive branching based on the learners input.
Congratulations to the Captivate Team for taking a major step forward in eLearning development.