Virtual Reality Training

Train with VR for high engagement, high impact and low cost.

VR Training

Train with virtual reality anywhere, safely and with full focus. Save (travel) costs and reduce environmental impact.

Higher test scores

Students who learn with the help of virtual reality remember information better and score higher.


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Improved learning experience

Virtual reality offers an enhanced learning experience compared to video and books.


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High engagement

Higher engagement and more positive emotions compared to video and in a classroom.


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Cheaper

At scale, VR is a cheaper solution for training than classroom and e-learning.


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The components of VR training

Interactivity

The degree of interactivity; looking, answering or acting

Content

The visual representation such as people, environments and objects.

Software

Managing and directing the training courses and users

Hardware

The VR glasses, peripherals and logistics

1. Interactivity

A virtual reality training is passive or (semi) interactive/ In the passive variant, the participant is shown content and absorbs information. In the interactive variant, the participant answers questions, makes choices or performs actions that influence the course.

Passive

Watching a 360-degree video of a tour of a company building. This is a linear experience without choices with only one outcome.

What do you use it for?

  • Company tours
  • Tasks, processes and policies
  • Getting to know colleagues 

Semi-interactive

For example, watching a 360 video on safety and answering questions. The answers can influence the course and the final result.

What do you use it for?

  • Safety training
  • Process or protocols
  • Communication training

Interactief

Het trainen van de besturing van machines of apparatuur. Fysieke handeling en keuzes staan centraal waardoor een wisselende uitkomst mogelijk is.

What do you use it for?

  • Physical tasks and processes
  • Controlling machines or equipment
  • Interactive safety training

2. Content 

The content and visual style that determines the realism and interactivity of the training.

360 degree video

This video is filmed with a special camera that provides a 360-degree perspective. This produces true-to-life images with a high level of detail. You can add text and icons and, using special software, also insert questions.

You can use 360 degree video for: 

Passive or semi-interactive onboarding such as tours, policy communication or safety information.

Voordelen:

  • Realistic images with high detail
  • Lower costs than 3D animation
  • Simple, scalable process


Nadelen:

  • Work on location with real people
  • Post-adaptation of content not possible
  • Not interactive
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Bonduelle | Inspirational 360° video

We developed a 360° 3D animation based on a so-called ‘low-poly’ style in a colourful, rural environment.

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Syngenta | 360° Product Marketing Video

VR Owl made a 360° video for the unveiling of a new Syngenta product.

Police Academy

Police Academy | Multifunctioning Training Application

VR Owl made a VR application in which police officers can practice togehter how to safely enter a building.

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Safeway – VR Simulation for Offshore

Safeway transports people from ships to offshore sites like oil rigs. We designed a VR simulator to help their operators train anytime, anywhere. Resulting in a more efficient training procedure and tens of thousands euros less costs.

3D animation

These are images created with the computer. We use existing content for this or make it based on existing material. This content is suitable for 360 degree videos and interactive applications.

You can use 3D animation for: 

Passive, semi-interactive and more interactive training such as instruction, operating machines or interactive safety training.

Voordelen:

  • Interactivity is possible
  • Easily develop new scenarios
  • Complex scenarios can be recreated

Nadelen:

  • Less realistic display than video images
  • More labor intensive and more expensive than 360º video

USAR:

Earthquake VR Training

The USAR (Urban Search and Rescue) team goes to disaster areas to help after earthquakes. We made 5 scenarios with varying variables to train on communication, procedure and safety.

The team can now train safely anywhere and are more confident and prepared.

Educam

EV VR Training

Educam provides training and education for the automotive industry. In the simulation you learn to replace an electric battery in a realistic way. Walk through the whole process from safety preparation to quality control.

Employees learn complex procedures safely and quickly in a fast-growing industry.

Safeway:

Offshore VR Training

Safeway works offshore and transports people and goods using so-called walkways. We have developed a VR simulator to train at almost any location for many (emergency) situations.

A cost saving of tens of thousands of euros per year with a safe and mobile VR simulation.

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Police Academy:

Multifunctional Training Application

A VR application in which agents can practice in a team how to safely enter a building. 

The training application is multifunctional and the police academy can practice multiple procedures with the application in the future. Think of clearing a building or practicing with material.

Personal advice about VR training for your company?

3. Software

This is important for controlling and managing the VR training, this is done with special software. We offer various ready-made solutions or develop a tailor-made application.

Standard Solutions

We offer three standard solutions for managing VR training.

Look&Play allows users to start the training video by looking at an icon in VR. This software is especially suitable for individual users or small groups.

VR Sync manages 360-degree videos and plays them simultaneously. This allows a trainer to simultaneously start a 360 degree video for large groups of people.

Kiosk Mode starts an application immediately when you turn on the VR glasses. This way the employee can immediately start the training and doesn’t have to start other apps before starting the training.

Content management systems (CMS)

With a content management system you can easily manage the training via an online system.  You can view information, add new content or delete old content.

User management

You can manage users and create groups via custom software. In this way you manage the content together with colleagues and you can assign training courses to specific departments or functions.

Data & Analytics

Our solutions can be provided with analytics so that you can easily view data. Think of viewing user results, best completed workouts, or most common mistakes. This is a useful function that allows fine-tuning of the training.

GDPR & Privacy

Our own servers meet the strictest security and privacy requirements. If desired, our applications run within your own IT infrastructure to meet company-specific requirements.

Hardware & Hygiene

Within our company, VR hardware specialists know exactly which hardware is suitable for your VR training. For example, we have cabins available that kill bacteria within 5 minutes.

Stand-alone VR glasses

Stand alone VR glasses work without a computer and are especially suitable for 360 video and less complex applications. With the so-called 3 DOF glasses you can look around but not walk around and therefore limited interaction is possible. With the 6 DOF glasses you can both look around,  walk,  and interaction in the virtual environment is possible by means of controllers.

PC VR glasses

These are glasses such as the HTC Vive, suitable for more complex training processes such as the control of machines. You connect this to your computer for extra computing power to display complex environments or to use real-time data.

Accessories & Hygiene Solutions

We supply various accessories for safe and hygienic use of the VR glasses and hardware. Our specially selected glasses are cleaned and we also offer various accessories such as UV installations that kill 99% of bacteria within 5 minutes. This way the glasses are ready for quick  use for your employees.

Our services

Configuration

Hardware and software is delivered ready to use

Distribution

Worldwide delivery and installation on site

Training

Operational training and manuals

Updates

Scalable content and software that continues to function

Maintenance

Always up and running with a custom SLA.

Support

Professional support for both software and hardware.

Our development process

1. First meeting

We get to know each other's companies and discuss the possibilities and wishes of the virtual reality training.





Output: Debrief

2. Generating Ideas

We dive into the current learning processes, working methods and materials. Together we determine suitable learning objectives. Based on these goals, we develop virtual reality training.

Output: Ideas

3. Concept

Describing the virtual reality training in a visual presentation in which functions, style and examples come together into a concept.



Output: Concept & Quote

4. Creation

We deliver two versions, on which feedback can be given. As a result, we ensure that the production is perfectly attuned to the wishes and expectations.

Output: Alpha & Beta

5. Delivery

After approval of the two versions, we deliver the final version and we ensure a flying start with delivery, installation or instruction.

Output: Final delivery

6. Evaluation

We'd love to stay in touch to make sure you're happy and let us know if we see additional opportunities for your business.

Output: Meeting, call or visit

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