Meta Quest Pro: Mixed reality enters enterprise learning


Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg (and his avatar) just launched its first enterprise mixed-reality headset to great fanfare. Our new ATD blog post discusses the learning implications of the headline-grabbing Meta and Microsoft announcements.


The “Quest Pro” isn’t just a virtual reality (VR) headset that can transport pharmacists to a lab where they can practice mixing medication (although it can do that) or teleport drywallers to a construction site where they can mix mud (it can do that, too). It’s also a bridge to “mixed reality,” where virtual objects appear in the physical world around us. An HVAC sales rep can spawn an AC unit during an in-person customer meeting, and together they can both view its inner workings while still seeing each other in real life. Cool, huh? Our blog post reviews how the new-gen mixed reality headsets might herald a new era of immersive learning.


Still, the hardware you select ultimately matters much less to your metaverse learning success than the learning content it will feature. A strategic partner like the Gronstedt Group can help identify high-value immersive pilot opportunities, build the business case, overcome obstacles, bring your concepts to (virtual) reality, and scale them across the enterprise.


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