“Tell me and I will forget, show me and I will remember, let me practice and I will learn.”
Virtual reality is being increasingly used for training and simulations. The benefits are numerous: it allows a company to train faster, more efficiently, more people and for more scenarios. It also saves travel costs with live multi-player collaboration and, if done well, can significantly increase engagement. VR training is ideal for procedural tasks where multiple steps have to be remembered in a particular order or where large or expensive equipment is not available to the trainee. This project is a training module for a signal lamp running on the Vive Focus and the Oculus Quest. Partners: Dejo-Media.
Want to know more about standalone VR for training? Here are 10 steps and a short explanatory video.
Step 01: What is a VR training app?
Step 02: Can my company benefit from VR training?
Step 03: What do I need to know about VR hardware?
Step 04: How to choose the right VR developer
Step 05: What information does my VR developer need?
Step 06: How is the 3D data processed?
Step 07: How do interactions come about?
Step 08: What about the environment?
Step 09: Live collaboration
Step 10: Final application and deployment