Practice challenging conversations. No awkward role plays necessary.

VR and conversational AI take soft skills training to another level.

One of the more stressful parts of being at work is having difficult conversations. Whether you’re interacting with an angry customer, having a disagreement with an employee, or addressing a socially sensitive topic with a colleague, it is difficult to prepare for these situations. Using VR and conversational AI, your employees can practice these soft skills in a risk and judgement free environment.

Lifelike avatars add to realism

Using StoryFlow, you can create conversational scenarios with realistic avatars.

  • Characters lip sync to audio files to make it look like they are speaking.
  • Characters have realistic facial expressions to add emotion to the conversation
  • Characters move naturally with built-in animations
Nurse avatar in healthcare training scenario

Use your voice

With our IBM Watson integration you can use speech recognition in your scenarios. Trainees can speak and the characters in the scenario will react to what they say. With the help of Watson Assistant, simple conversational AI can be used to determine what the avatar’s response will be to a trainee’s spoken input.

Get instant feedback

When the scenario is complete, the StoryFlow assessment feature will provide a summary of the trainee’s performance. A rundown of what went well and where they need improvement will help them practice and perfect their conversational skills.

Speech recognition in action.

In this video, the trainee is using speech to control the flow of the scenario. He is asking the virtual patient for consent before he conducts and epidural.

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We’re ready to show you how seamlessly you can create, edit and deploy immersive training modules. Our team is standing by to help you revolutionize your training program.

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Our comprehensive white paper is a deep-dive analysis of immersive learning. With data and findings from academic studies and industrial use cases, the case for AR and VR training is made.