One of XR’s proposed beneficiaries is the world of learning and development. XR has a logical place in visceral learning, training, knowledge retention, and compelling experiences for students and professionals, as we’ve discussed with innovators like Lifeliqe and Facebook.

With that backdrop, the DevLearn conference comes to Las Vegas in October to explore  opportunities and happenings at the intersection of learning, development and tech. Though the scope of the conference exceeds XR, it’s a key component (XR sessions listed below).

ARtillry is a media partner (terms are here), which means discount codes for ARtillry PRO subscribers. Interested attendees can register here, and check out the program here. It should be a worthwhile event, and more info from the conference organizers is featured below.

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