Air University and MGMWERX share AR/VR tech with local community

Dr. Andy Clayton, assistant professor of leadership and augmented reality/virtual reality research task force director at Air University, discusses the benefits of introducing AR/VR to education and training programs with two local firefighters during the MGMWERX AR/VR iExpo in Montgomery, Alabama, Nov. 9, 2021. Clayton explained that this type of immersive learning can help people retain information from their VR experience and allows them to interact with educational content. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Lauren Silverthorne)

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