In the field of digital learning, it is particularly important that content is prepared in a user-centered manner to avoid participants feeling overwhelmed or bored.
Unfamiliar subject areas can raise comprehension and queries. If, on the other hand, the content is defined too low-level, attention suffers.
Our vision: The learning program recognizes in real time that the learning content is currently causing problems or that the user is distracted.
By analyzing and evaluating user reactions in parallel, learning content that is not understood can be repeated automatically, help can be offered, or individual program points can be skipped.
By using an avatar, the learning program can communicate directly and individually with the user and respond personally to his or her reactions.