When we talk about safety training, most of us will think of boring training lectures and even more boring reading material. Although it’s a necessary evil, using these methods can be just that, boring, unengaging. What if there was a better way? Virtual reality presents a new method of safety training that is engaging, cost effective and significantly increases retention. Here are just a few benefits of using VR to provide employees with safety training.
Like virtual reality, augmented reality can provide the tools to create opportunities for your business and make your business more cost effective and profitable. Augmented reality can have an impact on the effectiveness of your products and services for a range of different industries. From marketing to engineering, AR can make your work processes more efficient. Let’s explore just a few of the industries that AR can impact. Marketing There are countless ways in which to market your business with augmented reality.
The Oil and Gas industry is an incredibly complex, controlled industry which deals with a large amount of health and safety guidelines and compliance issues. Oil and Gas companies spend large sums of money on training new and existing employees to make them familiar with equipment and facilities. There are many challenges those working in the oil and gas industry face and VR has proven to be an effective tool to tackle some of these challenges.
In the past we’ve spoken about how VR can have application in various businesses from architecture, education, games, healthcare etc. In this blog we’ll explore various other different businesses and how VR can change those businesses. Architecture Architecture has long used 3D visualisations to design and visualise architectural designs. Used within VR, architectural visualisations can communicate designs to potential clients by immersing themselves within the architecture itself. Pocket Sized Hands has previously worked on Driving Vision, Driving Vision is a VR visualization tool that allows Architects and City Planners to present design options through an immersive and communicative experience.
Last week we looked at where virtual reality would be going in 2018. This week we’re going to explore where it’s sister product, augmented reality, will be heading this year. AR, like VR, has myriad applications that we’re discovering every day and with that said, here’s the Top 5 things to look for in AR in 2018. 1. Accessibility The main problem with technology like this is getting your hands on it.