VR or virtual reality has been around since the 1980s. Put on a headset and you are projected into a digital world. Your eyes trick your brain into thinking you are present in that environment. Over the last decade, VR has been popularized through games and other VR experiences. Starting with not-so-great and nauseating rollercoaster […]
VR training as a cost-effective solution for training employees in a safe and controlled environment. The benefits of VR training explained.
The cost reduction and efficiency of using the technology is evident, with many companies across healthcare, safety, and others using it for the safety of their employees and the benefit of their finances. VR training in 2021 will likely remain strong, continuing the trends of 2020 as more and more companies adopt the approach for their own workforce.
This article will explore some of the most exciting and innovative technologies that are improving VR today. From hand tracking to mixed reality (MR) tools, these are the add-on additions that elevate immersive experiences to a new realm of realism.
Read about the Oculus Quest 2, an update on the Oculus Quest, the bestselling VR headset that dominated the consumer VR world in 2019 and 2020.
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Why should you use VR to train your employees? We focus on a few scientific studies that explain why VR seems to be a great way to train employees.
It’s relatively safe to say that we remember most things better when we experience them versus when we read or hear about them.
With 5G, people will be able to experience VR and AR in remote locations while still enjoying a seamless experience.