No longer considered futuristic, virtual reality (VR) – a simulated experience set entirely in a virtual world without real-world visual context – is already being utilised across businesses and education. Its fast-growing adoption is seeing it play an important role in product design, development and research, creation and collaboration, and training and education.
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With the emergence of remote working, VR has the ability to support virtual communication and interaction, which haven’t previously required hands-free capabilities.
As technology evolution in the classroom continues, we are seeing VR being used to create innovative and engaging learning experiences that also better equip students for the next-generation of work
VR-led training programs are being used to simulate a variety of otherwise complex or high-risk scenarios, while reducing the traditional costs of training such as time, travel, facilities, materials and equipment.
VR, with its ability to allow for numerous iterations and design testing without the cost or time that stems from building actual prototypes, is already changing the way products are designed and developed.
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In the classroom, VR creates more holistic, real-world learning opportunities as students interact and engage with complex concepts whilst supporting collaboration, creativity and academic curiosity. According to emerging research – VR has been found to deepen student engagement, enabling them develop skills vital to future workplace opportunities3.
Many within the education sector are taking the leap, setting up VR-dedicated rooms in schools and universities, and investing in VR software to help students better understand content.