The future of enterprise training
VR and AR have the potential to revolutionize employee training. Most of us learn best by doing rather than seeing or reading. We not only learn better but we also remember better. We develop immersive enterprise VR training experiences that inspire exceptional employee engagement and improved performance. By experiencing real-life situations over and over again in virtual reality, employees master essential skills for their roles faster than ever before. We aim to lower costs and increase productivity.
VR not for your industry? Think again!
To deliver projects on time, within budget, and with better communication between teams and partners. This greater efficiency in terms of time, money and resources is the very real promise which Mixed Reality is bringing to many industries.
Safety & Operations training
Sales & Marketing
HR & Assesement
Benefits of VR training
VR experience are treated like real life experience by your brain.
Whether you want to train your mind or your body, experiences are the best way to learn and remember.
Experiences in virtual reality help you learn better it increases retention rates up to 80%.
How do we do this?
RealityMatters uses VR to deliver better training for your corporation, from your front-line employees all the way up to your executives. Here’s what sets us apart:
VISUAL KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
Save costs by connecting employees remotely without limitations. This will increase their efficiency dramatically on different levels
Based on real-time insights every employees strengths, areas of improvements and retention level is recorded
Whether it’s for one team or the whole company VR teaches relevant skills
VR unlocks our capacity for learning by doing
Education has long been talked about as a promising application for immersive virtual reality, but much of the focus has centered on what might be called “exposure education”. To really unlock the potential of VR for education and training, we need to use our hands to actually do stuff.
Kyle Nel, executive director of Lowe’s Innovation Labs, confirms that customers who learned in VR instead of watching YouTube videos saw an almost 40% increase in their ability to recall the correct steps in the process. Recall is the first step of learning a new skill, and according to Nel, this increase held steady across all skill levels from novice to expert.
The message is simple – Start to do stuff in VR!