Virtual reality-based safety training is drastically minimizing workplace fatalities and making industrial, manufacturing, and construction sites safer.
Construction, assembly, manufacturing, mining, deep-sea exploration – take any industry, workers’ safety is always a prime concern. According to a report by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – Department of Labor (USA), 4,836 workers were killed on the job in 2015. Out of this 21.4% or 1 out …Full a Article
Virtual Reality provides an experience completely void of distraction. It is visceral. It gives an opportunity for the user to naturally engage with the experience, making VR the perfect tool for recruitment, onboarding, and training.
One cannot deny the impact and value of an immersive VR! But the question companies are asking is – How can we tangibly measure the impact? Is there a way …Full a Article
Virtual Reality simulates immersive, hands-on training and facilitates rapid new hire onboarding.
Onboarding can be a long, tedious process. Hours spent filling paperwork, going through droning orientation programs, and reviewing company’s policies and procedures don’t necessarily motivate the new hires. But with AR/VR in the picture – onboarding and employee training process has taken a whole new avatar.
In August, KFC released “The Hard Way” a VR …Full a Article
Going beyond gamification, Virtual Reality is the trump card in many sectors. However, the area where this immersive technology is making waves is Human resources – recruitment, onboarding, and training. Think of sitting in a meeting at your co.’s HQ in NYC, overlooking the breathtaking views of the Hudson River, playing a game of pool while brainstorming, or aiming a target during a Nerf gun …Full a Article
The best marketing doesn’t feel like marketing – Tom Fishburne.
“Why are you sad? You don’t even have a cough. I have lung cancer!” says Manudevi making the tearful spectators burst out into laughter.
Death – an ominous topic, a taboo to even talk about in our society. It is certainly hard to deal with.
It is when the terminally ill patients take the stage and spiritedly make …Full a Article