Volume 17 No 5 (2019)
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Virtual Reality in Training
Many industries have begun to utilise virtual reality (VR), and numerous studies have shown that technology can be beneficial in the classroom. Human or mechanical instructors who can guide the pupil through exercises are essential in training for skill development, but VR is quickly becoming the medium of choice. Six VR training projects were chosen for this analysis because of their ability to visualise the possibilities of VR in education. Training in simulated and real-world settings were compared for their effects on the trainees' ability to learn. Virtual reality training may be done at any time and in any place, and it is risk-free and reversible. The importance of features like pre-planning and feedback-providing functionality in VR applications cannot be overstated. Virtual reality (VR) has several applications, one of which being training and development of skills. Those working on virtual reality projects to train new skills might use the information in this page as a resource.
virtual reality, training, simulation, content creation, personalization
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