Talespin, a company that utilizes spatial computing to train workers, has launched its extended reality (XR) learning app on the Meta Quest platform. The app was initially designed for enterprise use but is now available to the general public, allowing individuals to gain valuable skills and experience virtual worlds. Talespin uses AI-powered virtual human characters and role-playing game (RPG)-style simulations to create immersive learning experiences. The app focuses on developing skills such as effective communication, collaboration, and unbiased thinking, which are increasingly in demand in AI-transformed businesses and hybrid work environments.
The Talespin learning app offers a diverse library of immersive learning content, interactive lessons replicating real-life situations, personalized feedback, and an inclusive learning journey tailored to learners of all backgrounds and goals. The app’s launch on Meta Quest opens up its offerings to a user base of 20 million. Talespin also plans to regularly release new content, including titles from Singularity University, to enhance the app’s offerings and further support users’ growth in an augmented workplace.
Talespin CEO Kyle Jackson stated that immersive virtual worlds provide a paradigm shift in personal and professional growth by allowing individuals to practice skills and gain real experience. The company has seen success in helping employees accelerate their skills development with XR and is excited to make the app available to a wider audience. With the launch on Meta Quest, Talespin aims to provide valuable learning experiences to individuals and meet the growing demand for essential skills in the evolving workforce.