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Is VR the future of team building?

February 19th, 2020|Categories: Team Building|

  The benefits of team building to a business has long been proven, even if it isn’t always to everyone’s liking. It can be a highly effective way of generating and maintaining a positive working environment and getting staff to form new bonds with each other. Employees will learn more [...]

High Performance Teams: A Team – Building Blueprint

February 16th, 2020|Categories: Team Building|

Running up the steep hill As discussed in our previous thesis, it is key for managers to arm themselves with the knowledge of the team performance-team maturity relationship. In doing so, they are able to identify the nature of groups they are currently working with, as well as the team [...]

The first (and toughest) Team Building question: is my Team really a Team?

February 2nd, 2020|Categories: Team Building|

Why Teams? Change has grown to be one of a few constants for contemporary organizations (Elrod & Tippett, 1999). In today’s dynamic business landscape, a firm can no longer secure sustained competitive advantage by the employment of traditional strategies. Instead it is the organization’s resilience capacity (Lengnick-Hall & Beck, 2009), [...]

Antlion ModMic Wireless for your VR hire

November 24th, 2019|Categories: VR News|

Sometimes the built in microphones on VR headsets is not high enough quality for certain applications, fortunately this can be easily solved with the addition on the excellent Antlion ModMic. This is a wirefree stick on mic that can fit on any VR headset to add high end mic functionality [...]

Could VR help people deal with dementia?

October 21st, 2019|Categories: Uncategorised|

A new NHS trial has been looking at the effects of VR technology on dementia sufferers, with intriguing results. The study, which was carried out at the Marston Court care home in Oxford tested whether subjecting patients to simulations of events from earlier in their lives would have any impact [...]

Health and safety training could benefit from VR, new study suggests

September 29th, 2019|Categories: VR News|

New research undertaken at the University of Nottingham has shown how virtual reality (VR) could be used to improve employee safety by taking an immersive approach to common health and safety training tasks such as fire evacuation drills. The Human Factors Research Group at the East Midlands institution has trialled [...]