In the pilot classroom, 100% of students responded that the Augmented Reality lesson helped them learn and understand more easily. All the responses from the students were very positive, they learn faster, learn more, and at a lower cost. Additionally, all students are saying the same thing, they want more 3D content, some want it in their own language, and they want a personal experience, not group sharing of a few tablets.
UNIDO sees augmented and virtual reality-based knowledge transfer solutions as affordable and effective tools for reducing poverty, increasing production capacity, and developing industrial skills in developing countries. The concept behind LKDF Interact can be replicated in other UNIDO projects that focus on industrial skills development, especially projects in the heavy duty vehicle industry field.