Talespin, a company that specializes in using spatial computing to train workers, has launched its extended reality (XR) learning app on the Meta Quest platform. This move comes shortly after Meta introduced its Meta Quest 3 virtual reality headset, making Talespin’s immersive learning app accessible to the general public. The app utilizes AI-powered virtual human characters and role-playing game (RPG)-style experiences to simulate conversations and teach essential skills demanded by the evolving workforce. Talespin’s goal is to help individuals acquire and validate skills that foster effective communication, collaboration, and unbiased thinking, enhancing their value in a technologically augmented workplace.
The key features of the Talespin app include a diverse library of immersive learning content, RPG-style simulations in contextually relevant virtual worlds, interactive lessons replicating real-life situations, personalized feedback for continuous growth, and an inclusive learning journey tailored to learners of all backgrounds and goals. The company plans to bring its enterprise immersive learning content titles, such as “Where’d Everybody Go?” and “Leading Through Uncertainty,” to the Meta Quest user base. Additionally, new content releases, including a title from Singularity University, will be regularly published to enhance the learning experience.
According to Kyle Jackson, CEO of Talespin, the immersion into virtual worlds and the practice of skills through XR technology is a paradigm shift in personal and professional growth. The company has observed impressive success in helping employees accelerate their skills development with XR and is excited to make the app available to people everywhere to support their growth. Talespin aims to continue expanding its offering and reach, catering to a wider audience and bringing valuable immersive learning experiences to users.