Virtual, augmented reality training demand growing

TECH TAUGHT: CrossTrainer Creative Services Manager Tiffany Yee demonstrates an augmented-reality training session, showing a life-sized skeleton alongside company founder Brian Boyle in an augmented-reality environment. 
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
TECH TAUGHT: CrossTrainer Creative Services Manager Tiffany Yee demonstrates an augmented-reality training session, showing a life-sized skeleton alongside company founder Brian Boyle in an augmented-reality environment. 
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Innovative Companies | Professional Services Brian Boyle’s company, CrossTrainer, earned a 2018 PBN Innovative Companies Award by branching out from the graphic-design agency he started in 2005 to create corporate training programs using augmented-reality and virtual-reality technologies. “AR/VR was my growth plan,” he said. “We now have a suite of products geared toward the training…

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