Washington, D.C. – Earlier this year, the XR Association announced the launch of its two mini-series limited podcast series, Immersive Insights. The Immersive Insights podcast aims to provide a platform for industry leaders, experts, and influencers to share their perspectives and ideas on latest trends, innovations, and developments in the XR space. Listeners can expect a wide range of topics, from the impact of XR on education to analyzing implications for United States competitiveness and national security.
The first mini-series, “Reality Check”, explored United States competitiveness in immersive technology. With host Joan O’Hara, Senior VP of Public Policy at the XR Association, guests discussed a range of topics from economic competitiveness, national security, workforce development, and how the U.S. can position itself as a global leader in immersive technology.
The second mini-series, “XR in the Classroom”, delved into the use of immersive technologies in educational settings. With host Stephanie Montgomery, Senior VP of Research and Best Practices at the XR Association, guests explored diverse learning styles, fostering inclusivity and accessibility, barriers to implementation, education equality, and student privacy and safety.
The completion of the Immersive Insights podcast series marks a significant milestone in the exploration of XR’s impact on education and U.S. competitiveness in immersive technology. These discussions provide valuable insights for educators, industry leaders, and policymakers alike.