Victory Enterprises is a national leader in virtual reality development.
Virtual Reality saves money, and improves training
“Walmart said.. it is providing Oculus Go virtual reality headsets to all of its US stores as part of a nationwide expansion of a VR-based employee training program. The big box retailer first experimented with VR in its training academies a year ago and now says the program has proved its worth, with employees reporting boosts to confidence and technology familiarity after training on the headsets.” — ZDNet News
VR can create a substitute for training that is:
R – So RARE that it’s difficult to train for in standard training
I – IMPOSSIBLE to train for due to the recreation of the situation, like an underwater pipeline
D – A situation that is too DANGEROUS to put someone at risk in a training environment, like a live (and loose) electrical wire on a pole.
E – Sometimes it’s too EXPENSIVE to train employees or volunteers in a unique situation. It might involve travel or time-consuming set up. In these cases, recreating the situation in virtual reality can be an affordable substitution.
Virtual Reality is a perfect solution if you
- Need to demonstrate a product at a trade show that is a large, small or too complicated to get into the show
- Have a training exercise that fits in the RIDE scenario (see above)
- Want to transport others to your place of business or a location where your product is at work
- Want an entertainment tool that is contained in a small space
- Want to create empathy with others in a less fortunate situation
- Need to train people on medical or veterinary procedures
What you should know about developing a project in virtual reality:
- Small projects range between $5,000 and $7,500
- Most projects cost $10,000 to $25,000
- Our most expensive project was about $50,000
- Virtual reality is seen in a headset and completely replaces the world around you
- Augmented reality can be seen through a phone or a headset and is a 3D object super imposed over the real world. Think Pokemon Go.
- 360 Video is not quite virtual reality but is close enough to seem like it to most people.
- 360 video costs less than full virtual reality creation. It can be seen on YouTube or within a headset
- Quality VR headsets range in price between $200 (the Oculus Go) to $1,300 (the HTC Vive Pro).
- Robust headsets are connected to a computer via a cable. The computers need a robust graphics chip like the Nvidia 1060.
- Less robust headsets, like the Oculus Go or the Vive Focus work very well, and are not tethered to a computer by a wire.
- Most untethered headsets cost between $200 and $650
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We develop virtual reality on the Unity Platform for these headsets
- HTC Vive
- HTC Focus
- Windows Mixed Reality
- Oculus Rift
- Oculus Go
- Oculus Quest (coming soon)
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