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Virtual Reality Equipment Tutorials: Home

Lifeliqe is a leading workforce development tech startup that has been creating first-to-the-world digital learning assets for seven years. As part of Project SANDI, Lifeliqe is creating five simulations in virtual reality (VR) as part of this grant for use by Nevada’s four community colleges in their certification training programs. These simulations in VR include the dialysis technician, the Certified Nursing Assistant, the Manufacturing Technician Level 1, HVAC technician (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), and Computational Thinking. These STEM-based certifications are nationally recognized and can be obtained by high school graduates in months, not years. Graduates then enter an in-demand career with an on-ramp to a strong middle wage that allows them to build careers in important industries and increase their financial strength. 

 

  Lifeliqe Workforce Portal for Students Log in- Click here

 

 

 

XRLibraries integrates XR technology and programs in schools and libraries. We are proud to be part of the Project SANDI Workforce Development project providing the XR equipment and training. We work with industry leaders, libraries, and schools to design the best resources to offer professional development for staff and teachers looking to incorporate XR programming.

ArborXR is an enterprise-grade XR device management, content management, and content distribution solution for enterprise companies and XR solutions providers looking to scale.

How to Use VR Safely

Release Date: March 7, 2022

Description

VR Use Best Practices:

  1. Space Requirements
  2. How to Protect Equipment - Important
  3. Seated use Preferred
  4. Simulation Sickness
  5. Storage Requirements

Best Practices for Safe and Clean Use of VR in a Public Setting

Release Date: March 7, 2022

Description

Public Setting Best Practices:

  1. Guardian Boundary
  2. Cleaning Headsets
  3. Adequate Space
  4. Seated Usage Preferred
  5. Simulation Sickness
  6. Outdoor use Prohibited

VR Equipment Guide for Project SANDI Students

Release Date: April 5, 2022

Description

User Basics:

  1. Equipment Inventory
  2. Setting up
  3. Guardian Boundary Set-Up
  4. Launcher Menu
  5. Simulation Sickness
  6. Important Storage Requirements - Important

How to Pair and Unpair a Pico Neo 2

Release Date: April 6, 2022

Description

User Basics:

  1. Navigating / Usage without controllers 
  2. Pairing Mode
  3. Unpairing Controllers

How to Navigate Arbor Home

Release Date: April 12, 2022

Description

User Basics:

  1. Intro to Arbor Home
  2. Launching a VR simulation 
  3. Other Functions Location

How to Pair a Lifeliqe Account with a Lifeliqe VR App

Release Date: April 12, 2022

Description

User Basics:

  1. Lifeliqe Account Portal - Click here
  2. QR Access Code instructions 
  3. Manual Access Code instructions

VR Equipment Handouts

Using an external display (TV, external display) and screencasting device

This solution works well with TVs and external displays, which are not connected directly to any particular device. For that purpose, you will need a screencasting device such as:

or 

Which will be plugged into a specific external display. Then you will connect your VR headset to the wi-fi emitted by that particular screencasting device, and it should work. This is a more stable and broadly applicable solution.

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