What is Virtual Reality?
Virtual Reality allows a user to immerse themselves in another world, through using a VR headset to experience a computer-generated environment.
It provides a place where the user can completely focus and engage with content at a deeper level, interacting with a series of computer generated images. Whether it’s training someone in a dangerous task without the risk to human life, or facilitating the experience of an historical event, with VR the possibilities are endless.
Google Tests Interactive Learning with VR Espresso Machine, “People learned faster and better in VR”
Why Virtual Reality?
For the user, Virtual Reality provides the closest experience you’ll get to the real thing, taking you directly inside an experience.
From a business perspective, it offers the ability to track interaction and build analytics to constantly improve and monitor training. This can reduce the amount of time required, as well as demonstrating a real return on investment.