We develop Virtual Reality software for training, education and engagement.
Watch as your hands pick up a scalpel, and you prepare to make your first-ever incision. You’re relaxed, knowing you can practice until you get it right. VR is a consequence-free environment. Learn, explore and refine skills that transfer directly to the real world.
Are you ready to fly a spaceship to the moon and explore the surface? Or travel through time meeting the most significant scientists in history? Field trips are a lot more fun, and you don’t even have to leave the classroom. VR makes the impossible possible.
Go from zero to 60 in a car that hasn’t been built yet. Feel the impact of catching a football in the end zone. Design your dream home down to every little detail. VR experiences connect people to the world around them in unforgettable ways.
To learn effectively, we must do more than just listen. Active learning means doing. Whether it's a discussion or game, research supports active learning. It improves retention rates by 70-90%. Virtual Reality is the next major shift in active learning. VR simulations are as close to the real thing as possible. The high level of interactivity with VR creates a new category for education.
PIXO Group works with each client to develop a virtual world of their design. From operating rooms to hazardous weather conditions, everything is possible in virtual reality. Virtual versions of tools used on the job further enhances the learning experience.
Randomization creates a nearly infinite amount of scenarios. No two training sessions will ever be the same. The less predictable training is, the more effective it becomes. Participants have to stay focused and adapt to an ever-shifting environment.
One of the most amazing aspects of VR is that experiences scale. Shrink down and travel through the human body, or work on repairing a giant piece of machinery. No matter the size of the virtual world, it all fits inside a standard computer.
VR both improves and saves lives. Surgical training in VR reduces operating time and reduces errors. VR increases mobility in physical therapy. And practicing dangerous tasks in the completely safe environment of VR increases preparedness for risky jobs.
Companies spend billions of dollars each year on training, and it isn’t effective. Often programs take years to develop, and can’t change. VR is adaptive. High engagement improves learning outcomes, and new information can always be added.
Reduce the need to coordinate schedules and instructors. VR is flexible: train staff whenever they have availability. Through active learning, participants master new skills faster. And because it’s digital, the VR training platform goes anywhere quickly.
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