Virtual reality is the term used to describe a three-dimensional, computer generated environment which can be explored and interacted with by a person. That person becomes part of this virtual world and is immersed within this environment. Whilst there, they're able to manipulate objects or perform a series of actions.
VR engages the senses and generates a reaction and a memory within a person that traditional 'chalk and talk' can never do. It essentially simulates hazardous and dangerous situations without taking people out of the comfort of an office environment or training room. More importantly the memory lasts, and so therefore fundamentally supports positive behavioural change. It is this element of VR which makes it attractive as a training and communication tool.
Immersive and engaging solutions
Our VR clients tend to have a specific health and safety challenge and require a simple, educational, immersive and non language based solution to help them engage with staff to reduce workplace incidents.
Step in VR...our immersive training modules can be created and deployed rapidly across a business and in such a way as to fully engage the audience.
We offer two options; an off-the-shelf solution for work at height, lifting or plant and vehicle movement or a completely bespoke solution, where the setting within the VR simulation can be a digital replica of your own premises or sites.