Top Areas Of Adoption For Virtual Reality For Businesses
Given the rapid pace of progress in VR technology, more and more organizations are discovering ways to use VR and AR accordingly. After all, these technologies boost workflow processes, collaboration, and productivity in many areas.
The Many Benefits Of VR And AR
Using Virtual and Augmented Reality is evolving by leaps and bounds and has already arrived in the business world. With so many new possibilities, companies are embracing these new technologies with eagerness.
Reduced risk of workplace accidents and injuries
Improved retention capacity due to VR Training
Of all organizations rely on VR support in training courses
Virtual and Augmented Reality will forever change the way we learn.
– Thomas Hoger, Co-founder, 3spin Learning
Virtual Reality Use Cases And Applications
Multimedia Virtual Reality provides highly realistic images and sensory feedback through headsets or mobile devices. In this respect, well-designed and deployed immersive simulations provide a real-life learning experience that can significantly improve learning success.
Why Organizations Need Successful Digital Onboarding With Virtual Reality
Virtual onboarding will soon surpass the traditional onboarding approach for new employees as HR departments increasingly rely on innovative solutions to attract and onboard new employees both on-site and worldwide while reducing costs.
Boosting Health And Safety In The Workplace With VR And AR
If working with dangerous equipment, in hazardous settings, or performing highly complex and precise tasks that could be fatal for the slightest mistake, hands-on training is delivered safely in a risk-free Virtual and Augmented Reality learning environment, independent of location.
Learning 4.0: How VR Is Part Of The Next Generation Of E-Learning
Learn how to leverage Learning 4.0 for your digital transformation and tailor your professional training courses to be highly personalized with the help of Virtual and Augmented Reality to make for an engaging workplace and faster, more impactful learning outcomes.
Other Successful Application Areas For VR & AR Training
While traditional e-learning allows for standardized quality of your training, VR & AR training combines a constant training quality & measurability with a hands-on approach. Training can either be simulated entirely in VR or can be applied through AR with added 3D animation and information while seeing and performing a physical task.
AR and VR enable technical training with any number of repetitions. In addition – once workers feel safe to take their first real-world assignment – they can use AR to be guided by the same familiar learning content during an on-the-job training - reducing travel costs and equipment downtime.
Real products are often too big or to heavy to operate outside special environments like a factory. VR, AR and 360° photos or videos easily allow for low-cost product trainings at any time in any location by showing your products interactively in a virtual or a real-life environment.
For example, handling a warranty claim in a store is impossible to replicate continuously for an effective learning result. Virtual characters can be arranged as an interactive experience with the necessary repetitions and constant quality at low cost compared to regular outsourced classroom training.
Traditional e-learning is available remotely but does not provide the practical requirements such as three-dimensional orientation and motoric procedures. With VR learners can practically familiarize with situations anywhere and as often as they like with merely a pair of low-priced mobile VR glasses.
Virtual training allows for remote team trainings without travelling. Represented by avatars, groups come together over the internet in VR or AR. As an added value, acting through a virtual character can lead to higher participation of “shy” learners who could be more reluctant to actively participate in a presence training.
Soft Skill Training
Studies have shown that VR has unique abilities to make people better understand such topics (e.g. learners have been put into a “bullying” situation where they could experience the harasser’s and the victim’s view first-hand). VR can provide a highly believable environment in which learners feel safe.
Human Factors Training
Communicating the importance of human factors is essential for jobs involving dangerous situations, Organizing such diverse trainings physically is an economical challenge which can be avoided by providing simulated VR learning instead – which only must be created once for unlimited use.
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