Video calls, Skype, Zoom, Hangouts and similar can only do so much. While these apps work to an extent, they don’t take into account distractions an employee might face when they’re working from home. They might not have a suitable workspace; they might have little children or pets around. These don’t lend themselves to focus-friendly, productive meetings.
Enter VR. As mentioned on the MeetinVR homepage, VR offers a more than 25% increase in attention compared to regular video conference calls. We’re not sure about their sources yet, but the data makes sense.
VR is completely immersive, transporting you in the form of an avatar into a life-like meeting room, where nothing can stop you from laying out your ideas or discussing the project with your coworkers.
In this uncertain and hectic time, we thought it would be a good idea to discuss the best ways your business could apply VR to increase productivity.