Virtual Reality (VR) Equips Learners for Critical Situations through Risk-free Hands-on Practice

Considering the new normal, with most employees working from home, Virtual Reality (VR) is fast being considered an apt modality for training that requires presence in-situ at a particular location.

We have evidence to prove this:

Millennials constitute a significant part of today’s workforce. The latest research by Penn Schoen found that 82% of millennials prefer jobs with high-tech workspaces. In 2020, almost one in five US consumers (19%) used VR—three percentage points higher than 16% in 2019 (AR Insider, 2020). Most users were delighted about the experience with 55% being extremely or moderately satisfied.

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