Knowledge Reality: Using virtual reality for knowledge sharing, decision-making and learning 

“Virtual reality is the ‘ultimate empathy machine.’ These experiences are more than documentaries. They’re opportunities to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes.” – Chris Milk, entrepreneur and immersive artist.

NSW KM Forum proudly presents our next meetup in our Innovative Knowledge Series: “Knowledge Reality: Using virtual reality for knowledge sharing, decision-making and learning”

Date:  Thursday 17th August 2017

Time:  5.30pm for a 6.00pm start – app 7.30pm finish

Where:  Ovolo Hotel, 6 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo NSW, Australia

Instructions:  Join us at 5.30pm for complimentary networking drinks in the Lo Lounge (there will be signage from the Hotel lobby to the Lo Lounge).  We will then be moving to the Darlo & Paddo Rooms for the presentation.  If you have any issues locating us on the night please call Marie on 0404 090 110.

Cost: $15 per person (Refund Policy – no refund)

Register now at our Meetup Page here:         https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/nswkmforum/events/241588483/?read=1&_af=event&_af_eid=241588483&https=on

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The evolution of virtual reality and augmented reality technologies has pushed them further and further into mainstream adoption. Companies like the Playstation, HTC Vive, Facebook’s Oculus Rift have all received huge interest in their gaming-orientated systems. Meanwhile, enterprise solutions like Microsoft’s Hololens and Google Glass continue to receive less attention outside of IT circles. While much of the media’s attention has focused on gamers, what are the opportunities for knowledge management?

In this session, the NSW KM Forum will explore “Knowledge Reality” – how virtual reality and augmented reality technologies could be applied to use cases the require the transfer of hard to share experiential knowledge or that support decision-making, such as:

• Data visualisation

• Learning and development

• Design

This meetup will assemble a group of virtual and augmented reality specialists who will bring different perspectives that demonstrate the knowledge management opportunities for these technologies.

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About the Speakers:

MC: James Dellow, Director, Digital Workplace Company – James is a human-centred designer and a technology strategist, with many years of experience in knowledge management. His speciality is the digital workplace, which he approaches through the lens of people, place and technology. He is also a member of the NSW KM Forum committee.

Michela Ledwidge, Founder & CEO, Mod Productions

(Our other speakers to be confirmed)

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Register now at our Meetup Page here:          https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/nswkmforum/events/241588483/?read=1&_af=event&_af_eid=241588483&https=on

So come along and spend some time with like-minded knowledge professionals and practitioners to listen, participate, collaborate and learn.

We look forward to seeing you there and at complimentary networking drinks following.

Register early to avoid disappointment!

If you have any issues locating us on the night please call Marie on 0404 090 110.

Extra Special Announcement for all NSW KM Forum Community Members!

We have recently updated our web presence and social media channels and as such, this  blog will be phased out as one of our primary announcement channels.

So if you’d like to keep abreast of NSW KM Forum events please take the time to pop into our Meetup Page here: https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/nswkmforum/events/241588483/?read=1&_af=event&_af_eid=241588483&https=on

You can also find updates of all of our events on our new NSW KM Forum Website here:  http://www.nswkm.org

For the next couple of events we will continue to notify our community via this blog however please ensure you join one of our new channels as listed above so you don’t miss out.

We look forward to seeing you all soon at one of our upcoming “Innovative Knowledge” Series events.

Yours,

The Committee