Encanto together with Istituto Numen to promote free augmented reality literacy courses
Starting in October, Istituto Numen – a training institute in the field of digital innovation – will be offering in-person courses designed for those seeking to learn about the correct use of creative communication, thanks to the contribution of professionals in the sector. The courses are free and will take place at the Institute’s headquarters in the Bovisa area.
Istituto Numen is dedicated to forming professionals in the field of Digital Innovation and Industry 4.0.
The courses offered are: Design 4.0 for those who want to learn how to design, develop and build prototypes using 3D printers; 3D Video Mapping utilized to transform any type of surface into a dynamic display through the use of lights and images projected on buildings; Sound Design, a course aimed at teaching the appropriate and effective uses of PCs and microphones to bring people closer to the reality of audiovisual communication and music consulting.
Further information is provided on the dedicated website https://www.istitutonumen.it/
“In recent years, the world of work has changed, becoming more and more digital and has led to the creation of new professional figures, however, at the same time existing professions have also been transformed, from a technological point of view”, said Salvo Trova, Director of the Institute. Although compared to other countries Italy is still far behind in digital investments, recently there have been considerable advancements in implementing digital and emerging technologies and a greater focus in artificial intelligence and innovations in event technology”.
Cristina Cobildi, cofounder of Encanto Public Relations said, “We’ve been following Istituto Numen with great enthusiasm for a couple of years now, because technology – even the most sophisticated – is an integral part of everyday life: augmented reality is not a technology of the future, but already exists. In the communications field there are clients who regularly use AR to enhance their products and services”. Istituto Numen’s courses illustrate that “digital” does not translate to creating new professional figures required by the digital world of work but is also concerned with the transformation of existing professions, from a technological point of view. As such, this initiative that aims to bring people closer to augmented technology is more than welcome”.