VR content delivers more effective training outcomes over other forms of
contents from both time and accuracy perspectives.
Accenture Open Innovation have completed comprehensive research on “How Does VR Improve the Effectiveness of Vocational Training”, to demonstrate quantitatively and qualitatively that VR is a better and more effective training method to enable field services and industrial workers to perform tasks more efficiently and accurately, reduce error rate and have a positive impact on long-term memory.
“VR content delivers more effective training outcomes over other forms of contents from both time and accuracy perspectives.”
Overall, the initial results of the study were informative. It validated two of our key hypotheses: VR content delivers more effective training outcomes over other forms of contents from both time and accuracy perspectives.
The key findings by Accenture were as follows:
The education 3.0 revolution (an umbrella term used by educational theorists to describe a variety of ways to integrate technology into learning) is here now, and will have a significant component which is based on our ability to create compelling 3D content. The use of 3D content in learning reduces our need to apply abstract thinking to convert information presented in 2D into a 3D mind space. Our brains work more naturally in a 3d environment which allows us to take in much more information.
Founder & CTO, Trent, in the home with a builder during a demonstration.
The top is True VR movement, the bottom is 360′ image movement…