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Virtual Reality - Mar 22, 2022

Empower your remote workforce with virtual reality

Many companies have introduced remote working as a result of the pandemic. XR solutions now make it possible for every employee to work from a digital office.

Why is remote work better with virtual reality?

Equipped with a VR headset or smart glasses, employees can dive into a virtual space—a dynamic environment where everyone can share what they see and collaborate on objects in real time. Avatars allow people to meet in digital rooms or communicate through a virtual messaging system.

Extended reality (XR) creates immersive, communicative environments where people can work together as if they were in the same room, e.g. in virtual meeting rooms with shared whiteboards.  While traditional communication technology offers effective tools for a verbal exchange, XR opens up all new ways of collaboration, fusing the benefits of remote work and collaboration in a shared physical space into a whole new experience.

 

More productivity, less distraction.

Working remotely in a virtual space can be a real boost for creativity and collaboration. XR solutions make events more engaging, entertaining and interactive, and also enhance communication with team members working from home.

Augmented reality solutions allow people to work remotely and be present in a digital office space at the same time, without having to deal with typical distractions like noise associated with a shared workspace. Plus, they can eliminate the need for costly travel and, by the same token, increase productivity. XR technologies also work with a vast range of devices, including PCs, phones, VR headsets, and more, so they can be used practically everywhere.

Have questions?
Our VR expert is happy to help.

 


Doha Benchair

XR Specialist

Tel: +33 (0)1 73 00 24 77

doha.benchair@bechtle.com

Have questions?
Our VR expert is happy to help.


Doha Benchair

XR Specialist

Tel: +33 (0)1 73 00 24 77

doha.benchair@bechtle.com

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This post was published on Mar 22, 2022.