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1. WO2020005989 - SYSTÈME ET PROCÉDÉ DESTINÉS À UNE PLATEFORME D'APPRENTISSAGE IMMERSIF À EXPÉRIENCE VIRTUELLE

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CLAIMS

1. A system for providing a processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform where a user observes and interacts with various substance abuse scenarios and resulting consequences from user decisions, the system comprising:

at least one processor-based server containing immersive 360-degree video content that includes interactive video hotspots with virtual substance abuse scenarios, wherein the interactive video hotspots enable the user to interact with discrete locations in the virtual substance abuse scenarios to link to additional interactive content, wherein the interactive video hotspots enable the user to proceed through the immersive 360-degree video content in a non-linear self-directed course and provide responses to decision points in the virtual substance abuse scenarios;

at least one processor-based interactive display device in communication with the at least one processor-based server, wherein the at least one processor-based interactive display device includes at least one processor and at least one processor-readable medium communicatively coupled to the at least one processor and which stores processor-executable instructions that, when executed by the at least one processor, cause the at least one processor to:

enable the user to interact with the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform in an observational stage within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, wherein the user observes typical scenarios and responses in the observational stage within the virtual substance abuse scenarios;

enable the user to interact with the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform in an experiential stage within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, wherein the user is prompted to interact with the virtual substance abuse scenarios, make choices within the virtual

substance abuse scenarios, and provide responses to decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios;

enable the user to interact with the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform in an assessment stage within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, wherein the user is prompted to record and upload self-assessment videos critiquing the responses of the user interacting with the virtual substance abuse scenarios in the experiential stage; and

enable the user to interact with other users within the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, and learn from the other users through shared responses from the other users.

2. The system of claim 1 , wherein the virtual experiential immersive learning platform enables the user to provide adaptive responses to decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

3. The system of claim 2, wherein an adaptive response includes user actions of think, feel, pause, breathe, say, and do, via the virtual experiential immersive learning platform.

4. The system of claim 1 , wherein the virtual experiential immersive learning platform enables the user to provide non-adaptive

responses to decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

5. The system of claim 1 , wherein resulting consequences from user decisions to decision points in the substance abuse scenarios experienced on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform include statistics, short term consequences, and long term consequences.

6. The system of claim 1 , wherein substance abuse lessons interacted with on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform include multiple scenarios per level, wherein the user determines an order in which the multiple scenarios per level are observed, experienced, and assessed, wherein all of the multiple scenarios per level must be successfully completed before the user may progress to a next level, wherein the substance abuse lessons include multiple levels per lesson, wherein the multiple levels have increasing levels of difficulty, and wherein the multiple levels must be completed in a fixed order from lower difficulty to highest difficulty.

7. The system of claim 1 , wherein user responses to decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform include helping the other users in the virtual substance abuse scenarios make positive choices and helping virtual characters in the virtual substance abuse scenarios make positive choices.

8. The system of claim 1 , wherein the virtual experiential immersive learning platform enables the user to be assisted to make positive choices by the other users at decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, and wherein the virtual experiential immersive learning platform enables the user to be assisted to make positive choices by the virtual characters at decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

9. The system of claim 1 , wherein a substance abuse lesson provided on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform includes a pre-test scenario before the observational stage and a post-test scenario after the assessment stage.

10. The system of claim 1 , wherein a substance abuse lesson provided on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform includes a celebrity introduction stage before the observational stage.

11. The system of claim 1 , wherein a substance abuse lesson provided on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform includes team participation of multiple users in at least the experiential phase of the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

12. The system of claim 1 , wherein the user within the virtual substance abuse scenarios on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform is assisted to make positive choices at decision points by virtual characters in some of the virtual substance abuse scenarios, and wherein the user within the virtual substance abuse scenarios on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform is tempted to make negative choices at decision points by the virtual characters in other of the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

13. The system of claim 1 , wherein the user is prompted to select a specific scenario from a collection in an interactive lesson map, the specific scenarios including: a party at friend’s house, a home environment, a work environment, a locker room environment, a dating scenario, a night club environment, a supportive friends scenario, and a bad-influence friends scenario.

14. The system of claim 13, wherein after the user enters the selected specific scenario, the user is then provided with various decision points from which to select an action from within that selected specific scenario, the various decision points including: follow your friends into the bathroom, sit down on the couch, talk to a virtual character, and go to the bar.

15. The system of claim 1 , wherein the experiential phase of the virtual substance abuse scenarios on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform includes prompting the user to provide video response

answers to questions that include“what do you do,”“how did you do it,” and “why did you do it.”

16. The system of claim 1 , wherein the user is prompted to submit a creative solution to make a positive choice in a virtual substance abuse scenario, and wherein after the user submits the creative solution to make the positive choice in a virtual substance abuse scenario, the user is given a choice to opt in and share the creative solution with the other users or to opt out and not share the creative solution with other users.

17. The system of claim 1 , wherein after the user has made a negative choice in a virtual substance abuse scenario, the user is provided with a selection of creative solutions that fit with the current scenario to assist in immersive experiential learning.

18. A method for providing a processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform where a user observes and interacts with various substance abuse scenarios and resulting consequences from user decisions, the method comprising:

providing at least one processor-based server containing immersive 360-degree video content that includes interactive video hotspots with virtual substance abuse scenarios;

enabling, via the interactive video hotspots, the user to interact with discrete locations in the virtual substance abuse scenarios to link to additional interactive content;

enabling, via the interactive video hotspots, the user to proceed through the immersive 360-degree video content in a non-linear self-directed course and provide responses to decision points in the virtual substance abuse scenarios;

communicating, via a communication network, between at least one processor-based interactive display device and the at least one processor- based server, the at least one processor-based interactive display device including at least one processor and at least one processor-readable medium communicatively coupled to the at least one processor and which stores processor-executable instructions that, when executed by the at least one processor, cause the at least one processor to:

enable the user to interact with the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform in an observational stage within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, wherein the user observes typical scenarios and responses in the observational stage within the virtual substance abuse scenarios;

enable the user to interact with the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform in an experiential stage within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, wherein the user is prompted to interact with the virtual substance abuse scenarios, make choices within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, and provide responses to decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios; and

enable the user to interact with the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform in an assessment stage within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, wherein the user is prompted to record and upload self-assessment videos critiquing the responses of the user interacting with the virtual substance abuse scenarios in the experiential stage.

19. The method of claim 18, wherein the virtual experiential immersive learning platform enables the user to provide adaptive responses to decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

20. The method of claim 19, wherein an adaptive response includes user actions of think, feel, pause, breathe, say, and do, via the virtual experiential immersive learning platform.

21. The method of claim 18, wherein the virtual experiential immersive learning platform enables the user to provide non-adaptive responses to decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

22. The method of claim 18, wherein resulting consequences from user decisions to decision points in the substance abuse scenarios experienced on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform include statistics, short term consequences, and long term consequences.

23. The method of claim 18, wherein substance abuse lessons experienced on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform include multiple scenarios per level, wherein the user determines an order in which the multiple scenarios per level are observed, experienced, and assessed, wherein all of the multiple scenarios per level must be successfully completed before the user may progress to a next level, wherein the substance abuse lessons include multiple levels per lesson, wherein the multiple levels have increasing levels of difficulty, and wherein the multiple levels must be completed in a fixed order from lower difficulty to highest difficulty.

24. The method of claim 18, wherein user responses to decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform include helping the other users in the virtual substance abuse scenarios make positive choices and helping virtual characters in the virtual substance abuse scenarios make positive choices.

25. The method of claim 18, wherein the virtual experiential immersive learning platform enables the user to be assisted to make positive choices by the other users at decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios, and wherein the virtual experiential immersive learning platform enables the user to be assisted to make positive choices by the virtual characters at decision points within the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

26. The method of claim 18, wherein a substance abuse lesson provided on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform includes a pre-test scenario before the observational stage and a post-test scenario after the assessment stage.

27. The method of claim 18, wherein a substance abuse lesson provided on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform includes a celebrity introduction stage before the observational stage.

28. The method of claim 18, wherein a substance abuse lesson provided on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform includes team participation of multiple users in at least the experiential phase of the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

29. The method of claim 18, wherein the user within the virtual substance abuse scenarios on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform is assisted to make positive choices at decision points by the virtual characters in some of the virtual substance abuse scenarios, and wherein the user within the virtual substance abuse scenarios on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform is tempted to make negative choices at decision points by the virtual characters in other of the virtual substance abuse scenarios.

30. The method of claim 18, wherein the user is prompted to select a specific scenario from a collection in an interactive lesson map, the specific scenarios including: a party at friend’s house, a home environment, a work environment, a locker room environment, a dating scenario, a night club environment, a supportive friends scenario, and a bad-influence friends scenario.

31. The method of claim 30, wherein after the user enters the selected specific scenario, the user is then provided with various decision points from which to select an action from within that selected specific scenario, the various decision points including: follow your friends into the bathroom, sit down on the couch, talk to a virtual character, and go to the bar.

32. The method of claim 18, wherein the experiential phase of the virtual substance abuse scenarios on the virtual experiential immersive learning platform includes prompting the user to provide video response answers to the questions,“what do you do,”“how did you do it,” and“why did you do it.”

33. The method of claim 1 , wherein the user is prompted to submit a creative solution to make a positive choice in a virtual substance abuse scenario, and wherein after the user submits the creative solution to make the positive choice in a virtual substance abuse scenario, the user is given a choice to opt in and share the creative solution with the other users or to opt out and not share the creative solution with other users.

34. The method of claim 18, wherein after the user has made a negative choice in a virtual substance abuse scenario, the user is provided with a selection of creative solutions that fit with the current scenario to assist in immersive experiential learning.

35. A system for providing a processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform where a user observes and interacts with various scenarios and resulting consequences from user decisions, the system comprising:

at least one processor-based server containing immersive 360-degree video content that includes interactive video hotspots with virtual scenarios, wherein the interactive video hotspots enable the user to interact with discrete locations in the virtual scenarios to link to additional interactive content, wherein the interactive video hotspots enable the user to proceed through the immersive 360 degree video content and provide responses to decision points in the virtual scenarios;

at least one processor-based interactive display device in communication with the at least one processor-based server, wherein the at least one processor-based interactive display device includes at least one processor and at least one processor-readable medium communicatively coupled to the at least one processor and which stores processor-executable instructions that, when executed by the at least one processor, cause the at least one processor to:

enable the user to interact with the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform in an observational stage within the virtual scenarios, wherein the user observes typical scenarios and responses in the observational stage within the virtual scenarios; and

enable the user to interact with the processor-based, virtual experiential immersive learning platform in an experiential stage within the virtual scenarios, wherein the user is prompted to interact with the virtual scenarios, make choices within the virtual scenarios, and provide responses to decision points within the virtual scenarios.