Virtual Reality is gaining prominence in corporate training because of its flexibility. VR can be used for almost any aspect of training in any company and has been used in industries such as car manufacturing, customer service, and healthcare.
While its most obvious uses include connecting geographically dispersed users, or teaching employees about dangerous tasks in a risk-free environment, we’ve seen VR used for teaching various topics in workplaces from the factory floor, to the call centre, to the office, and beyond.
Studies have shown a 9% improvement in memory and a 12% increase in learning speed when learners use VR instead of a desktop computer.
VR is constantly evolving, and learners and trainers alike can benefit from these developments. Here are several of our favourite uses for VR.