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  • Lavoro Jul 20, 2021

    VIRTUAL REALITY AND CORPORATE EDUCATION

    PART II: BRING ON THE AVATARS

    How Studio Volpi and Theorema introduced typical VR feats in interview training.

  • Lavoro Jul 06, 2021

    VIRTUAL REALITY AND CORPORATE EDUCATION

    PART I: DANTE’S HELL VIRTUAL JOURNEY BRINGS LITERATURE INTO BUSINESS TRAINING

    Studio Volpi and Theorema, a leading corporate education specialist, developed a revolutionary VR training tool based on gamification and... Dante!

  • News Jun 29, 2021

    INTRODUZIONE A HORIZON EUROPE

    La fine del 2020 ho portato con sè la conclusione del programma Horizon2020, il più grande programma di finanziamento della ricerca al mondo. Il programma è stato ricco di successi e con un’altissima partecipazione, ed è stato rinnovato per il periodo 2021-2027.

  • Lavoro Jun 15, 2021

    THE EXPERIENCE OF INNOVATION: THE “SV-WEL” PARTNERSHIP

    Studio Volpi has teamed up with an agile and incredibly dynamic IoT specialist startup to deliver beyond-industry-4.0 solutions.

  • Prospettive Apr 28, 2021

    Space Design to create unforgettable experiences online and in real life

    More than ever before, the aim of Space Design is to create unforgettable experiences: discover how immersive technologies, poetics and storytelling can turn an in-person or online moment into a unique adventure.

  • Prospettive Apr 06, 2021

    CHINA’S BLOOM SEASON

    The pandemic and the Chinese economic new start seen by Flavia Cusaro, managing director of Studio Volpi’s Shanghai Branch.

    Exactly one year after first reporting on the situation in China, when the country was slowly emerging from the Coronavirus crisis, Flavia Cusaro, managing director of Studio Volpi’s Shanghai branch, tells us about a blossoming Chinese economy and a society that seems to have gone back to “business as usual”. Almost, since there is one great absentee category in this idyllic picture: that of foreign visitors.