What is Virtual Reality Training?

And How is PIXO VR Training Different?

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What is Virtual Reality Training?

Virtual Reality Training is the digital simulation of lifelike scenarios for training purposes. Trainees enter a 360°, active learning environment, experiencing sights and sounds that dissolve the barrier between virtual and actual reality. Using the headset and controllers, trainees look, speak, and move about freely in a 3D virtual setting, interacting with simulated real-world tools, machinery, and other trainees and instructors.

Critically, with Virtual Reality, workplace scenarios that were once too difficult, expensive, or dangerous to train for, (such as emergency protocols and disaster preparedness, hazardous material spills, realistic heights training, etc.), become vastly more practical, cost-effective, and safe in an immersive simulation.

When combined with story narratives and learning curriculum developed by subject matter experts, the result is trainees learning in the best way possible — through personal experience — significantly improving learning retention, job performance, team collaboration, workplace safety, and cost.

How is PIXO VR's Virtual Reality Training different?

Not all Virtual Reality Training is created equal. In fact, some companies say they offer “virtual reality” when in fact, they’re selling 360-video, which is a kind of Extended Reality (XR), but isn’t what we call True VR.

The effectiveness of Virtual Reality Training depends on the VR Training you’re using. Research shows four things are needed for any successful training experience, virtual or otherwise: Realistic Practice, Spaced Repetitions, Contextualized Scenarios, and Critical Feedback.

PIXO VR Virtual Reality Training experiences use all four.

PIXO VR offers the real thing: fully immersive and interactive, AAA-game quality, photorealistic, 3D environments, designed by trendsetting VR engineers and award-winning graphic artists and designers, complete with behavior-changing gamification methods, simulated real-world consequences, and a groundbreaking, first-to-market feature set — all running at an industry-best frame rate that greatly enhances immersion and reduces lag.

Best of all, our revolutionary VR Training experiences are now available for the first time ever for a low-cost, monthly fee. To start your VR Training project, click the button below, or read on to learn more about how PIXO VR can Evolve Your Workforce™.

First-to-Market Feature

Multi-User Functionality

To work properly, companies and organizations rely on teams, not just individuals. That’s why PIXO VR innovated groundbreaking Multi-User Functionality, allowing up to dozens of trainees to learn and interact in the same virtual work space at the same time. Overcome logistical and budgetary challenges with Virtual Reality Training that brings your whole team together — even if they’re thousands of miles apart.

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First-to-Market Feature

Scenario Randomization

Close the experience gap with innovative VR Training that can be repeated — and randomized. Our state-of-the-art Randomization Engine gets new hires up-to-speed faster by exposing them to literally millions of different workplace situations and scenarios, providing a career’s worth of job experience in days or even hours. Want to focus on individual skills? Just repeat them to perfection.

First-to-Market Feature

Real-Time Reporting & Analytics

Give trainees the benefit of immediate feedback on their performance while lessons are fresh in their mind. Use Gaze Tracking to measure the thoroughness of your trainees’ attention to important details. Best of all, gain critical insight into the effectiveness of your entire training program at a holistic level with our advanced data aggregation tools. PIXO VR Training delivers real value on Day One — by Day One Thousand it can change how your business works and learns.

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