On Friday December 1, 8AM-12PM, join us at I/ITSEC in Orlando, FL for a hands-on workshop where we will explore the measurement of cognitive load and the application of immersive training.
Researchers and developers will delve into projection-based simulation room technology, a robust alternative to head-mounted displays, offering enhanced realism and interaction capabilities vital for standardized training processes. With a Trauma protocol serving as our case study, participants will learn to integrate cognitive load measurements into simulation scenarios.
Attendees will gain practical experience with an immersive projection system and learn how to capture 360 degree photographic scenes for evoking contextual cues. An experimental session will allow some participants to have their cognitive load measured under various conditions, and then all participants will be able to conduct real-time data analysis guidance using open-source tools. This workshop is designed to equip attendees with an understanding of cognitive load measurement, immersive training technology, and data analysis in the immersive simulation setting.
Workshops are open to all Conference Registrants and Exhibitors. There is no charge to attend, however if CEUs are requested, there is a $50 fee for those not in a paid attendee registration category.