Virtual reality has become more and more used in employee training. Why? Because we find it so much more easier to learn when we experience things first hand. This technology allows for interactivity, accuracy and reduced costs for any training program that requires manual labor.
It can be applied in any domain, whether we are talking about utilitarian climbers that learn to mount an antenna at high altitude or an engineer that is putting together a motor. This way you bring any action in need of training to life, without the need of moving somewhere or offering your employees complex and heavy technology or equipment.
Alongside training, VR is a very good team-building tool. Whether you used it just for a break of for real multi-player tournaments, virtual reality helps you develop the necessary skills for efficient team work.
Virtual reality helps team members built trustworthy relationships, communicate better and increases group cohesion. Access to a large array of apps offer endless possibilities of fun and improved coordination.
Reaction speed, troubleshooting, problem solving, cooperation and deadline meeting points – we have redefined them all and given them a new and fun look. It’s the kind of project that most definitely will now fall behind schedule or be passed from one team to another.