The coronavirus is impacting everyone, and while video conferencing tools will get us over the short term productivity bump, people are still going to need to communicate and collaborate face to face. This is where immersive tech like VR is going to come into its own...
When you’re in a simulated virtual space and you can hear your colleagues, see their body expressions and feel their presence - the sense of “being present” is heightened and feels real.
Our team is working on a new virtual meeting service that will enable organisations to present product releases, internal comms and training to remote locations and people working from home.
We’ll have more to share soon, but please reach out if you’re looking for a solution like this.
In the meantime; wash your hands, look after each other and stay safe.
AR & VR training provides learners with knowledge that sticks. It is cheaper and more memorable than traditional 2D methods.
Contact us for a demonstration of how AR and VR learning simulations can reduce costs, increase knowledge retention, and build high performing teams.