Dane Laughlin started working for INVISTA, Koch Industries’ textiles, polymers, fiber and resin producer, while he was a biomedical engineering student at Wichita State and got hired on full time after graduating in May 2019.
As a full-time staff member, he started working on a new virtual reality program to improve the way INVISTA trains its employees. Traditionally, training for spinning technicians has been time-consuming, costly and potentially dangerous.
Thanks to the Dane and the rest of the VR team, trainees can now learn more effectively. A headset and controllers in each hand allow them to develop their skills in a calm, safe environment.
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