According to the Center for Creative Leadership, only 10% of our professional knowledge is gained through formal training, 20% comes from interpersonal professional relationships, and as much as 70% is achieved from informal daily experience.
This approach is widely supported by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics in contrast to the formerly believed 80% effectiveness of educational training.
It’s no wonder supplemented VR is steadily substituting conventional training programs by offering the closest thing to real experience one can imagine. While VR is good as it is, the additional voice recognition tools can increase the usability and speed of performance, and thus the learning process itself.
Although its implementation is vitally important for industries such as healthcare, aviation, military forces and police, where inadequate training programs can, in fact, cost lives, the application of VR tools can significantly improve business KPI of any industry it touches.