Fighting Stage Fright with Virtual Reality

Using Virtual Reality to improve soft skills, like public speaking, works!

It’s not often that I bring something home from the office that allows my daughter to conquer her fears.  Working for an L&D technology supplier, you might think that I’d bring things home more and my children would have rather more extensive knowledge on a range of topics usually only available to a person once they have been in the workforce for a few years - but you’d be wrong.

I’ve been with eLearning Studios from the beginning, and have been very proud to sell our high quality solutions to a variety of industries over the years, but those solutions haven’t historically been anything my couple of teens would put down their gadgets to check out.

That’s all changed the past couple of years as we have broken into the innovative tech arenas - now I bring home games that help people relax and teach mindfulness, games that train the brain and body, and their current favourite - virtual reality.

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