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Virtual Reality (VR) creates a simulated environment.
Unlike any other user interface, VR places the user inside the experience.
Users are immersed and able to interact with a 3D world.
By stimulating multiple senses, such as vision, hearing, and touch, the computer is transformed into the gatekeeper of
the artificial world. Only your imagination can create a boundary to what is possible.
Trains 4x faster than in the
Users are 275% more confident to apply skills learned after their training.
3.75% more emotionally connected to content than traditional classroom learners.
4x more focused than their eLearning peers.
The Boiler Room is re-imaging workforce training within banks to build and retain new skills with VR simulations and enable employees to practice a wide range of skills, including strengthening and deepening relationships with clients, navigating difficult conversations, and listening and responding with empathy.
Banking teams now have the opportunity to practice their skills in virtual reality before working in real-world environments.
Simulations based on real-life scenarios and experiences. Environmental factors such as rain and wind included giving an authentic driving experience to the user, preparing them for a real-life environment.
Prepare users for workplace scenarios that might be hard to access in normal circumstances, giving them an advantage when they finally step into their roles.
In the immersive future, where customer experiences are becoming as important as products, leveraging technology to create more enriched experiences, regardless of which industry you’re in, you can safely expect XR to affect and influence business in the years to come.
Digital twin technology can replicate your work-site procedures by using advanced analytical monitoring, and predictive capabilities, test processes, and services.
Simulating real-life tasks, functions and scenarios giving the user first-hand workplace experience without the risk of putting them in danger because of a lack of knowledge and training.
Driving simulations give the operator clear instructions on how to drive on various terrains and weather conditions. The simulation prepares the user for real-life situations, replicating the vehicle’s interior, functions and safety precautions.
A virtual simulator guiding users through systems, maintenance and plant operations.
MEDICAL AND FIRE SAFETY
Virtual reality represents one of the most immersive ways to teach learners how to complete potentially dangerous tasks in an engaging space. Mixed reality is an excellent choice for training surgeons, as it allows them to look inside a patient’s body in 3D without making a single incision.
Providing a life-like driving experience, where users have to complete a course utilising the steering wheel, pedals and, in some cases, even gear changes while responding to prompts on-screen and in the digital environment.
Take your driving lessons to the next level with motion platforms, where users are not only in charge of the controls but they experience the real-life motions of sitting within the vehicle without running the risk of dangerous accidents.
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