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Virtual Reality in Corporate Training

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Virtual Reality in Corporate Training

  1. 1. Elena Masolova, CEO at Eduson, CLO, 2016 Virtual Reality In Corporate Training
  2. 2. Elena Masolova CEO at Eduson.tv I’ll talk about: - Corporate Training Cases (who already uses VR) - Why 3600 video beats Unity - How much and how long
  3. 3. Why Is Everybody Talking About VR?
  4. 4. Evolution of Training. VR is as Close to Real Life as Possible
  5. 5. Immersive Experience Carries Away
  6. 6. … to the Customer Meeting
  7. 7. Virtual Reality TELEPORTS Augmented Reality MODIFIES the world around
  8. 8. What can be done inside the VR course?
  9. 9. 1. Moving between locations
  10. 10. 1. Moving between locations
  11. 11. 2. Simulating Dialogues
  12. 12. 3. Providing Immediate Feedback
  13. 13. 3. Providing Immediate Feedback
  14. 14. 4. Imitating Phone Calls
  15. 15. What Companies Are Already Using VR?
  16. 16. 1. Safety Training on Oil Rigs Frank’s International – an industry leader in casing, installing and distributing oilfield tubulars – is using virtual reality training to recreate teachable situations on oil rigs. The goal is to lower the dangers when working with heavy machinery and lower fatality rate. Source: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/11/10/oil-companies-tap-virtual-technology-to-train-workers.html
  17. 17. 2. New Employees Orientation Process In Australia, AGL Energy Limited uses VR technology during the Welcome Day for inducting new employees. Show the team stand-up meeting. Such training gives new workers a taste of life at the company. It shows the facilities. Plan to shoot drone footage of the plants (hydro operations and windfarms). Source: http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/566044/agl-tests-virtual-reality-employee-training/
  18. 18. 3. British Army Recruiting The world’s first VR recruitment experience by The British Army. Potential recruits (at Waterloo station) could drive the Challenger II tank. The latest developments in 360 content production showed the thrill and excitement of serving in the forces from a first person POV and drove an increase in applications to join the Army Reserves (+65%) and enroll in officer training programs. Source: http://visualise.com/case-study/british-army-vr-recruitment-experience https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B08Yd6YO_Q
  19. 19. 4. German Railroads Recruiting In Germany, Deutsche Bahn uses VR technology to aid in recruitment. Prospective employees look at the train depot inspection, at the engineering work on the railroad. 360-degree video. They are given the chance to experience the job before they apply, helping to give the company an edge in a competitive market. Source: http://www.computerweekly.com/news/4500255941/German-rail-and-transport-group-turns-to-virtual-reality-in-war-for-talent
  20. 20. 5. Marriott creates virtual travelling experience from London to Hawaii A marketing case, but similar mechanics can be used for training. 1. VR Postcards are available to Marriott guests. They follow 3 tourists in mountains of Chile, ice cream shop in Rwanda, busy streets of Beijing. 2. Teleport. From London to Maui. Sources: https://travel-brilliantly.marriott.com/our-innovations/vr-postcards https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6yMqXLnpN4 https://travel-brilliantly.marriott.com/our-innovations/oculus-get-teleported
  21. 21. Why Is 3600 Video Better than Unity?
  22. 22. Polygons don’t immerse. 3600 video does!
  23. 23. The technology does not allow yet for realistic images with Unity 200 polygons  2K  20K
  24. 24. 3 common VR use-cases
  25. 25. 1. Facility Tours, Employee Onboarding
  26. 26. 2. Negotiations, sales meetings, manager 1-on-1 talks Branched scenarios
  27. 27. Off-the-shelf VR Courses
  28. 28. 3. Customer Interactions Training Hotel. 40 customers come to reception.
  29. 29. NASA Trains Spacewalking with VR NASA makes sure that the people they send into space have some amount of experience in becoming detached from their shuttle and have to use a backpack to navigate their way back or performing complicated tasks in zero gravity. Virtual Reality enables NASA to simulate all these situations. Source: https://unimersiv.com/how-nasa-is-using-virtual-and-augmented-reality-to-train-astronauts-37/
  30. 30. We don’t have NASA budgets…
  31. 31. Script length VR training cost depends on … Number of actors Number of locations Drone shooting Equipment
  32. 32. Expensive, long Reasons to be afraid of VR No LMS integrations Doesn’t work for all types of courses Doesn’t scale well Dizzy Not if the camera is steady, at eyes’ height. And the person is sitting. Mobile app. If the phone is connected to the Internet we send any data (name, mistakes, finished or not). Depends on the script. Can be 2 weeks. Devices now cost $70. True. Worse than traditional online. But glasses are spreading wide and fast. There were times when smartphones were rare. True. Can’t learn finance, MS Office or anything longer than 10 minutes.
  33. 33. elena@eduson.tv Thank you! Ask for the slides

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