What does the consumer VR boom mean for enterprise?

Experts within the VR community have confirmed the VR popularity boost. UploadVR, a website dedicated mainly to VR gaming, tweeted that “Christmas Day was by far the highest traffic day we’ve ever seen”, while other experts claimed that Christmas marked the beginning of the VR revolution.

But what does this mean for VR in the enterprise? Virtual reality is already being used by some of the world’s largest companies to train their staff. By taking the elements that make it such a popular gaming tool, businesses have found the technology to be more engaging than traditional methods of training. This subsequently increases employee satisfaction as well as information retention, which is hugely valuable in an era where employees care more about their L&D than ever before.

Immotion Group plc (LON:IMMO) bring together thrilling and educational content with state-of-the-art technology to ignite visitor interest, drive ancillary revenues and fuel visitor numbers; utilizing a compact footprint with no upfront CAPEX.

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