Simplified explanation of virtual, augmented, and mixed reality technologies:
Virtual reality (VR) immerses users in a fully artificial digital environment.
Augmented reality (AR) overlays virtual objects on the real-world environment.
Mixed reality (MR) not just overlays but anchors virtual objects to the real world.
Learn by Doing.
VR can be used for training courses where students connect from around the world and appear right 'next' to the instructor. Imagine being on an oil rig and demonstrating how to connect a personal safety device. Then each student, from their own in-room VR location at their home, office or place of study can take turns practicing in a safe, controlled environment.
Designers and customers can collaborate in the product design phase and reduce errors. Prototypes can be tested to see if all the components fit together as expected, or products can be assembled in real-time similar to the user present in a clean-room in the factory.
Imagine being able to invite customers into your virtual sales room to share your latest products and showcase what they can expect, redefining the customer experience.
Showcase a day in the life at the office, at sea or at the port and demonstrate what to expect by immersing potential new employees into your world.
New employees can be first immersed virtually in their respective field location, before they ever step foot in the actual environment. Acclimated to a new location, so employees are better prepared.
In VR you are completely in control of your space. Accessing your normal computer workspace but with the infinite space of VR create a unique and dynamic environment to improve focus and productivity
Through augmented and virtual reality you can access a supervisor or technical expert any time, anywhere to assist in completing tasks. This reduces the training overhead and logistical costs of having experts in all locations.
Practicing mindfulness in a controlled, personally tailored environment. Utilising VR to offer a viable solution has proven to be effective in helping to reduce anxiety.
" Over 70% of HR professionals believe that public speaking is critical for career success, yet 74% of people have speech anxiety which stops them reaching their potential." Using VR you can practice your skills in a safe environment, as often as you need to.
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