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DataMesh One is an application that can be used in conjunction with DataMesh Studio and FactVerse platform. It can play immersive 3D data scenarios and display vivid scenes on virtual reality devices, smartphones, tablets, and other devices. In addition, multiple users can share the same 3D space simultaneously, making it convenient for collaborative learning and communication. Our application also provides convenient interactive operations, such as gestures and joysticks, which allow users to interact more organically with models in the 3D space. Moreover, it can also be used for Extended Reality (XR) training, providing robust technical support for enterprise education, training, and online learning, addressing issues such as high training costs, limited methods, and poor outcomes.
To enrich users’ learning and communication methods, DataMesh One provides two browsing modes, namely Standard Mode and Training Mode.

Standard Mode

In Standard Mode, users can freely browse various resources and scene content, and can also participate in multi-person collaborative activities, making learning and communication easy.
Here are some of the main operations you can perform in Standard Mode:

    • View resources: In the Standard Mode, you can view 2D, 3D resources and scenarios. For more details, please refer to the section Open resources.
    • View scenes: In the Standard Mode, you can view scenes created in FactVerse Designer. For more details, please refer to the section Open scene files.
    • Collaboration events: Standard Mode supports multi-device, multi-person collaboration events. For more details, please refer to the section Events.

Training Mode

In Training Mode, users can not only complete learning tasks and assessment tasks, but also experience a more immersive learning environment through XR-based technology, thereby improving learning efficiency and training effectiveness. This mode not only focuses on knowledge transfer, but also emphasizes practical operations and skill development, providing users with a more comprehensive training experience.

Typical application scenario

Here are some examples of typical application scenarios under the Training Mode of DataMesh One.

    • New employee on-boarding training: Training Mode can be used to provide pre-job training for new employees. Through virtual reality technology, employees can engage in simulated operations, scenario rehearsals, and knowledge acquisition to become familiar with their work environment, workflow, and required skills in advance.
    • On-the-job training: Training Mode is suitable for ongoing education and training of existing employees. Through virtual reality experiences and interactive learning, employees can enhance their professional knowledge and skills, understand the latest work processes, operational standards, and best practices.
    • Individual assessment: Training Mode supports individual assessment. During individual assessments, employees can undergo evaluations in a virtual environment, assessing their comprehension and application abilities related to specific knowledge and skills.
    • Lifelong learning tracking: Training Mode can be used for skill certification and lifelong learning tracking. Through online learning and virtual practice, employees can obtain relevant skill certificates and certifications, recording personal skill growth and career development trajectory.
    •  Return on investment (ROI) for corporate training: Training Mode can help companies enhance the ROI of their training investments. Through virtual training and online learning, it is possible to reduce training costs, enhance training effectiveness and efficiency, mitigate real-world operational risks, and provide companies with data analysis and assessment reports, assisting in optimizing training plans and resource allocation.

User roles


Scenario-based course import, configuration, and distribution: Instructors can import and configure scenarios for various training courses, including scene settings, instructional content, tasks, etc., and distribute them to learners for study. For more details, please refer to Training preparation.


    • Course learning: Learners can use Training Mode to study various training courses, including virtual practice, scenario experiences, knowledge acquisition, etc. For more details, please refer to Complete learning tasks.
    • Test and Assessment: Learners can carry out assessment tests through Training Mode to verify their learning outcomes. For more details, please refer to Complete exam tasks.
    • Learning data dashboard: Learners can view their own learning data, learning progress, grades, and other information to understand their personal learning status. For more details, please refer to Course record.

HR or TD (Human Resources or Training and Development Department)

    • Employee Course record: HR or TD can track employees’ career development and learning journey, record and manage employees’ training and certification status, and provide support and guidance for employees’ career paths. For more details, please refer to Course record.
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