FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
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WHAT IS VIRTUAL REALITY?
Virtual reality (VR) is a technically simulated environment which can be
experienced through senses. Virtual reality can simulate both stimuli and
reactions to these stimuli. We use a set of technological real-time solutions
to create natural dialogue simulations such as speech analysis, reaction
synthesis and eye tracking.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VIRTUAL REALITY AND AUGMENTED REALITY?
Augmented reality (AR) involves the composition of virtual objects in real,
physical, environment. In AR people can interact with virtual content and
easily manipulate it. Essentially, it is very similar to an artificial reality.
Microsoft HoloLens is one of the examples of the optical headset device
enabling users to experience AR.
WHICH TYPE OF VIRTUAL REALITY HEADSETS IS BEST FOR EDUCATION?
The Oculus Go, a standalone virtual reality headset, is one of the most
popular. It does not need to be connected to a computer and does not
require setting up tracking. Today, it fits best to work with B2B and B2G
segments. The price is $199.
WHAT IS THE ADVANTAGE OF VR OVER 2D CONTENT ON A COMPUTER?
Studies have revealed that the attention index in VR is 10 times higher than
when working with a computer or phone. In VR we concentrate only on the
current learning process and are not distracted by irritative agents around.
So, education becomes more attractive and useful due to the time-saving
learning and the quality of the information.
WHERE TO USE VR FOR MASTERING SOFT SKILLS ?
The field of VR soft skills training is constantly expanding and currently
covers FMCG, banking, pharmaceuticals, telecom, DIY, energy sectors,
industrial facilities, GR and CPG. The most effective implementations can be
observed in companies with a large number of line employees.
HOW LONG CAN YOU TRAIN IN VR?
We recommend daily trainings, 20-30 minutes per day. However, there are
no strict limits for the time spent in VR.
DO YOU USE 360 VIDEO?
360 video is not a virtual reality. 360 format is a video shot and edited with
cameras. When played in a virtual reality headset, such a video can be
extremely breathtaking and immersive, but what you see is real, physical,
footage, not a simulation. You can look around and even sense how you
communicate with clients, but you are not able to interact with them in an
direct dialogue. As a consequence, it can take much longer to build real
practical skills. In addition to this, complex content editing is one of the
most crucial drawbacks here.
IS VR TRAINING BAD FOR EYES?