Virtual Reality Training Through elearning Voice Over
Virtual reality training provides sophisticated, in-depth training in a safe environment. Virtual reality utilizes VR headsets to create an augmented reality. That reality is moving into the eLearning space to provide sophisticated, in-depth, on the job training in a safe environment. For the brain to buy into the illusion the sound has to match, the correct audio cues need to sync up and to create an immersive experience where trainees can practice the consequences of success and failure in a controlled environment. It’s highly engaging, providing the first-hand experience of scenarios that simply cannot be replicated in the classroom.
Experiential Learning With VR Voice Over
Experiential learning has long been the gold standard of learning and education, increasing retention and recall. Unachievable in the classic classroom format, virtual reality has finally cracked the conundrum. It augments the experience, reducing the learning curve, optimizing training procedures, improving company efficiency, travel costs, and risk to the business.
Life and death scenarios can be worked through in a safe, risk-free VR environment. When the Johnson & Johnson institute partnered with Osso VR to develop training for medical professionals. Skilled, professional voice over guided doctors through a mistake-driven virtual reality program that allowed them to learn the best solution in a risk-free environment, recording an over 200% increase in surgical performance.
Firefighting, mining procedures, safety policies, and procedures, all of these can be taught effectively, reducing a company’s exposure to risk while upskilling and motivating employees in a fun way.
A Corporate eLearning Voice for VR Simulations
In the corporate world, soft skills can also be taught in an enhanced environment. Enabling employees and even leaders of industry to improve in a safe space, where they can make mistakes without fear of reprisal. Guided by the soothing voice in their ear. Alan can provide an authoritative or empathetic tone, client needs can be met through his versatile voice. His characterization and professional grade home studio means he can be cast in multiple roles. Whether it’s public speaking, sales training, and negotiation, courses can be embedded through real-world practice in VR simulations.
HR professionals and managers can improve recruitment and onboarding processes through interview simulations. While companies with multiple locations can promote a shared understanding amongst co-workers without the cost of travel.