Choosing the Right Use Case in VR

Use Case in VR

Virtual reality training is growing in popularity. The benefits are being seen throughout many industries, with employees reporting increased knowledge retention and greater confidence post-training after choosing the right use case in VR. Organizations are also seeing the benefits not only when considering cost and time savings, but also with better trained employees. With more…

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Airline Industry Training in VR

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The commercial airline industry has been one of the hardest hit industries during the COVID-19 pandemic. With travel restrictions easing, employment increasing, and fleets expanding, the industry is slowly starting to see a revival. Quickly and effectively onboarding employees will be critical to getting passengers back in seats and flights back in the air. Airline…

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5 Reasons Some VR Training Programs Fail

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Not every virtual reality training program succeeds. With more companies implementing this training modality, some organizations jump in too quickly without a proper plan in place. This can create large risks in terms of money and time, as well as creating a negative sentiment towards reintroducing VR as a training modality in the future. With…

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Utility Training in VR

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Working in the utilities sector can come with many risks – working at great heights, navigating power plants, and dealing with high-voltage equipment to name a few. Due to the nature of this work, utility training in a traditional classroom setting limits a trainee’s ability to experience exposure to these risks beyond seeing them in…

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Motion Sickness in VR

Give executives the opportunity to try VR to support gaining executive buy-in

Experiencing motion sickness can feel awful. Symptoms can include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, headaches, and fatigue. The feeling can last hours after its onset. Some people experience it while in the car, others when in low turbulence on an airplane. According to software engineers who develop extended reality experiences, about 25% of individuals experience motion sickness…

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Comparing Our Top VR Headsets for Training

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The number of VR headsets on the market is overwhelming. There are headsets specific to entertainment, others for gaming, and growing demand for more headsets related to enterprise. When starting in VR, it’s not always clear which headset will work best for the needs of your training program. We’ve created this blog post with the…

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Is AR or VR Right for You?

AR or VR

Is AR or VR right for you? Disruptive technologies are changing how we interact with the world around us. This change is especially evident when we look at how immersive technologies like Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) impact the enterprise training landscape. While these technologies aren’t new, their evolution continues to present learning…

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What Does DoF Mean in VR?

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What is DoF? DoF is a term often used when describing a specific feature of a VR headset. The acronym stands for degrees of freedom. Essentially, it is a term outlining motion about several axes. Relating to VR, it is used to explain how an individual can move in a headset and the number of…

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A Deep Dive into Soft Skills Training in VR

A man practicing soft skills through having difficult conversations in VR training.

When you think about the power of virtual reality, what comes to mind? What type of experience do you think of or remember? Were you destroying bricks with your lightsaber to the latest pop tunes? Maybe exploring an outpost on a faraway planet? Or were you closer to home simulating a beach vacation? Chances are…

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Energy Sector Training with VR Training 2.0

Oil & gas training in VR showcased by employees in front of pipelines.

How VR Training 2.0 is Helping the Energy Sector Overcome Training Challenges Let us not mince words. 2020 was a horrible year. Lives and livelihoods were lost as our cities and the economy ground to a halt. The energy sector had their own storm brewing. Crude oil prices crashed, storage facilities could not stock anymore,…

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