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Training participants don the mixed-reality headsets to view 3D digital models of the vehicles and their internal parts, allowing them to fully see and grasp complicated fixes on transmissions, brake assemblies and other components. This is just the first film and we hope to make more soon. . And being the leader in the contact lenses category, we decided to do that in a lighthearted manner. A training session with HoloLens.

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Soon, they were working together. We are extremely happy to have Nargis Fakhri be a part of this campaign. Around that same time, Krieger randomly bumped into Bauch at the Mercedes-Benz Global Training center in Stuttgart, Germany. We believe that we provide a great alternative to the conventional frames which are often the reasons for embarrassing and funny situations for the wearers. Photo by Cyrus Cambridge, Edleman.

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How mixed reality is sparking a new vision at Mercedes

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The network spans 800 trainers working at 150 locations across 120 countries. Two years ago, Walter Bauch received a sweet gift and a stern challenge. I want to try this out, try that out. The brief was very clear: take the spectacles category head on. Krieger similarly probed and prodded a still-budding invention dubbed the World Wide Web. Both had come to prepare for new roles as company coaches. They struck up a conversation.

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Switch to lenses or miss out on the iconic selfie says Bausch and Lomb with Nargis Fakhri

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He brakes me a little bit, allowing us to rethink and create even better ideas. The training center is now equipped with more than 100 HoloLens units. He soon learned how to push that nascent device well past its limits. The gift: his first-ever smart phone. In this real-world scenario: Can two digital opposites share a job without driving each other crazy? Our oldest participant was 89. We are extremely thrilled with the treatment we have given to this campaign and we are confident that we would be able to strike a chord with our audience.

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In Stuttgart, some 450 employees absorb classroom wisdom each day in a modern training center. With the BlameTheFrame campaign, we are reiterating this fact, albeit in a lighter vein. Walter is a bit more the person who is asking question for deeper explanations. Without further suspense, the answer to that question: A resounding yes. Bauch, wearing a HoloLens device, gives a lesson to one of his classes.

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How mixed reality is sparking a new vision at Mercedes

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This device is for people of all ages. These days, after leading training efforts together for more than 20 years, Bauch and Krieger say that HoloLens injects an unprecedented level of transparency into their process. They teach service employees the latest in vehicle repair techniques while leading sales professionals through features of the newest models. All other photos courtesy of Mercedes-Benz Global Training. We have created a visual, easy and inspiring way to teach complex content.

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