Past Projects

DOTD Flagger Training

DOTD Flagger Training

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) along with the Louisiana Training and Research Center (LTRC) came to LITE to learn about training in a virtual environment. Using a a simple subject the IVLE was created with Flagger Training as a prototype to prove learning in a virtual environment was equal to or better than powerpoint or basic textbook instruction.

Frank's International Interactive Training

Frank's International Interactive Training

In November 2013, LITE and Frank's International agreed to collaborate on the development of an IVLE training program for use by Frank’s International employees on bail rigging and indentifying unsafe hazards that occur in the process. As part of that partnership the LITE product development team designed an immersive game-based simulation training program that has been distributed to Frank’s International employees around the world.

Immersive Virtual Learning Environments (IVLE)

Immersive Virtual Learning Environments (IVLE)

Over the past several years LITE has worked diligently to research and create an immersive learning training program for the oil and gas industry. In an environment where the risk is always high LITE’s Immersive Virtual Learning Environments offer more interaction to enhance the effectiveness of training and employee education. IVLE takes any training curriculum and recreates the desired environment, scenarios, and expectations in order for the employee to better visualize and comprehend learning material. IVLE can also be used to glean insight from past disasters and teach employees how to be better prepared for the worst situation. 

Picard Pathways

Picard Pathways

The Picard Pathways project is a visualization of tabular data collected on the children of Louisiana over the past 10 years from birth to working age. LITE used a real time game engine called Unity 3D to recreate visual elements to represent the icons of children moving to various stages of education and life. The data can changed, updated and input into real time application and the results will change in the visuals.

Virtual Interactive Aquarium

Virtual Interactive Aquarium

Our Product Development Team worked diligently with the Lafayette Science Museum to create an interactive virtual aquarium. The goal of this project was to design a realistic virtual aquarium; complete with highly detailed fish species with complex swimming behaviors and appearances, advanced graphics of flora, and full immersive interaction by utilizing a sensory technology that recognizes and responds to taps on the screen. The result has been an intricately engaging and dynamic virtual environment that can be enjoyed by parents and children.