A SAFE WORLD
VR training is very immersive and hands-on but has other advantages too: the trainee interacts with a safe and harmless world. Working on a virtual installation does not create real production risks; lab experiments leave no toxic fumes. If a trainee breaks virtual machinery or causes an explosion in a virtual chemical plant, the only damage is his reputation.
Entering a VR world is interactive by definition: moving your head lets you look around in a lifelike manner. Walking around the room is translated into movement in the virtual world. Hand gestures or controllers allow you to manipulate objects and do real-world exercises.
VR is so much more immersive and interactive than any form of traditional e-learning. Well-made VR training offers the trainee an experience that is very similar to real-life learning: gathering information, deciding on an approach and acting on it.
VR training also allows to build quizzes and tests that finally bring true gamification to learning.
Building a VR training application requires the talent of many people: learning architects, script writers, graphics designers, 3D modelers and animators, software engineers and VR developers.
As a one-stop-shop, we have built such teams, and installed the required software tools, under one roof. This allows us to produce the whole VR training in-house, ensuring consistent quality and a single point of contact. Our experience and 100% focus on corporate and industrial training gives us the edge in creating virtual factories, virtual labs, virtual machinery and so on.