Virtual Reality at Work

Virtual Reality at Work

Brands are already experimenting with Virtual Reality. For example, the National Basketball Association are showing 360-degree game footage, Marriott Hotels loan headsets to guests so they can take “tours” of extraordinary destinations and Ford uses Virtual Reality to help design the interiors of their motors. By the year 2020, Virtual Reality companies will be making more than £150 billion a year in revenues!

Not many people currently own Virtual Reality headsets but that will change sooner than you think! VR has a wide range of business potential. A company can connect with remote staff as if they were all in the same room, real estate brokers can provide buyers with tours of an entire building and a dressmaker can even offer a virtual fitting for a wedding dress!
 
If 3-D environments and spatial relationships are important in your line of work then it is very likely that the new world of Virtual Reality is for you. For example architects and interior designers - Do your employees require expensive or potentially dangerous training in fields such as medical procedures, heavy equipment, product installations or hazardous materials? VR could be an effective tool for you. In addition to this if you have prospective customers, partners or others with whom you meet face-to-face frequently, Virtual Reality would probably save you a bundle on travel.
 
For some industries, Virtual Reality will become a vital component over the next few years. For other industries, it will eventually become critical throughout the next five to 10 years - by that time, VR will be far more impressive and considerably cheaper. 
 

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