TRIPP is a virtual-reality meditation experience that simulates psychedelic effects to assist individuals cope with turmoil and devastation in their life. Its technology leads users through a 10- to 30-minute breathing meditation while their eyeline is cluttered with neon-colored patterns, pulsating flowers, fuzzy, slow-motion motions, and other surreal, kaleidoscopic visualizations. The purpose of the experience is to simulate what one would perceive when tripping on psychedelics without actually taking them.
The Key To Onboarding New Users? Let Them Play.
Trifacta is a cloud-based platform that data engineers use to manage data for organizations including PepsiCo, Bank of America, and Kaiser Permanente Health. The firm recently redesigned its onboarding process in order to boost customer acquisition rates and the percentage of first-time users who complete tasks. The tool highlights spreadsheet mistakes and omissions and recommends potential fixes users may make using predictive artificial intelligence and graphic representations.
Virtual Experiences: Visiting School Without Leaving Home
Due to COVID-19, social limitation and restricted physical contact have resulted in a few adverse effects, most notably among high school students who generally face various physical, mental, and passionate alterations without a broad effect. Virtual Reality helps students to interact with digital components that ease their interactions in difficult access scenarios in real-world contexts, allowing them to experience moments that improve their training.
Varjo Reality Cloud lets you virtually experience a real place via ‘teleportation’
Varjo is launching its Reality Cloud virtual teleportation technology. The technology allows users to scan their surroundings, convert them to 3D images with a Varjo XR-3 headset, and then send that 3D area to another person. It can send data in compact streams of 10 megabits to 30 megabits per second without any delays
Virtual reality: A medical training revolution during COVID-19
Virtual reality has revolutionized the healthcare sector in more ways during the last decade. The adoption of VR apps to educate professionals, conduct surgery, and deliver medical education will have skyrocketed. Virtual reality VR is a new way of learning for trainee surgeons. Virtual reality allows trainees to learn techniques and gain valuable experience, while receiving feedback from the seniors in the virtual reality simulator.
“What we know is a drop, what
we don’t know is an ocean.“
– Sir Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton was (obviously) one of the forerunners of modern science. We all know the (largely untrue) story of him sitting under a tree and an apple falling on his head and thus gravity is “discovered”.
Newton was also an alchemist, searching for a way to turn lead into gold. Or the mundane into the beautiful and valuable. That was his other apple.
Experience Alchemists was created to help companies take the mundane and undifferentiated experiences they offer and turn them into truly differentiating, transcendent interactions with everyone they are connected to. We work under standard SOWs, sure. But more often than not, we find creative structures that allow our clients to get the people they need, when they need them.
To that end, we’ve created Newton’s Other Apple to share what we, the Experience Alchemists, have come across that is interesting, compelling, and thought provoking.
Let’s try to make what we don’t know a smaller ocean together.