What is Virtual Reality?
Virtual Reality –or VR– is a computer simulation of reality. To experience Virtual Reality, you need a VR Headset. The headset immerses the user in a computer-generated environment: integrated screens fill your field of view, while the speakers deliver surround sound directly to your ears. You navigate and interact with the Virtual World just like in reality. You can walk around freely in your room using your legs, touch and grab things with your hands.
Is Virtual Reality equipment expensive?
Not at all. The upfront Capex technology investment is a fraction of the price of a smartphone. The most popular VR Headset, the Oculus Quest 2, costs about $300.
How many VR headsets do I need to train my team?
Fewer than you might think! A single headset can train up to 100 people per month.
What is Virtual Reality training?
Virtual Reality creates an immersive experience which allows for meaningful experiential learning. VR is already being used in organizational training, as a tool to develop soft skills as well as more complex technical skills. This includes: leadership training, employee onboarding, safety training or simulation-based training, e.g. flight simulator. Learn more about VR training here.
Is VR Training right for my size of team?
Absolutely. Virtual Reality trainings are 100% scalable to all sizes of teams, while maintaining the immediacy and engagement of a one-on-one training. Participants complete the virtual experience on their own, and then debrief the experience live (most prefer online) with a trained moderator.