VR Team Building And The Ringelmann Effect

November 22nd, 2020|Categories: BLog, Team Building|

The Ringelmann Effect, also known as social loafing, was named after Maximilien Ringelmann, a French agricultural engineer born in the 1860’s (Kravitz & Martin, 1986). When examining the efficiency of groups at completing basic agricultural tasks, Ringelmann noted that as group size increased, the performance per individual decreased (Kravitz & [...]

Leveraging VR Technology for Developing Your Human Resources Strategy

October 25th, 2020|Categories: BLog|

In these challenging times we are facing today, it is evident that HR has to adapt to make sure they are still offering services to their employees. To keep up their strategies they need to accommodate everyone’s need to learn and develop remotely. A new technology that has great potential [...]

Can VR Make us Less Inhibited in the Virtual Space?

October 22nd, 2020|Categories: BLog|

  To say technology has enveloped our everyday life is not a shocking statement, advancements have led to a ubiquity of connectivity and given the affordances granted to us by technology, it is again no surprise that some interesting phenomena has arisen as a direct consequence of this. Very usually [...]

How Realistic Do Virtual Reality Environments Need To Be For Effective Training?

October 19th, 2020|Categories: VR Training|

Virtual? Reality? Virtual reality (VR), is as the name suggests, reality that is virtual; or at the very least an attempt of reality. Most people who have used VR can attest to its impressiveness and the utter surrealness of feeling encapsulated in a world in which you know only exists [...]

Quest 2, the next wave of mobile VR is here

October 11th, 2020|Categories: VR News|

It feels like forever ago that the original Oculus Quest landed in 2019 onto store shelves and into our hearts, its untethered design and power in its sleek and ergonomic form factor wowed us live nothing in the VR world prior. Now, Oculus has developed and released the sequel, which [...]

Using VR in Training for Older Workers – Advantages and Considerations

September 16th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorised|

Virtual reality (VR) is becoming more accessible and increasingly popular as a training tool, with low-cost and easy to use headsets and technology. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated in a variety of industries such as surgical training, manufacturing, and construction (Carruth, 2017). Virtual reality offers a highly immersive and engaging [...]

The Future Of Team Building Is VR

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Team Building|

Team building is the first step that needs to be taken when striving for developing high performance teams. A good amount of field research has showcased that team traits such as better interpersonal relationships, increased creativity, improved decision making and problem solving, are boosted through the practice of team –building [...]

VR transforms the recruitment landscape

July 21st, 2020|Categories: Uncategorised|

Riding the next wave in talent acquisition Technology is continuously bringing to the table so many fresh ways for today’s industries to reach new limits and beat competition. This trend is exceptionally apparent within the recruiting industry, wherein virtual reality (VR) and augmented (AR) technologies hold the power to immensely [...]