VR solutions have become the contemporary buzzword for various industries such as Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical, Automotive, Aerospace, and much more. With VR solutions, corporations worldwide can train their employees on soft and hard skills such as Machine Operations, Language Knowledge, Leadership Skills, Time Management, Team-Work, Communication Skills, and so much more.
However, it is equally essential for industries to gather knowledge on both the tools before implementing them within the training environment. On the one hand, VR means Virtual Reality, which teleports a user to a new dimension. The 3D space can be changed according to the training needs of the supervisors or the trainers within the organization. One of the best things about this technology is that it heightens the presence, which blurs the lines between reality and the virtual world. On the other hand, you have AR Solutions, which stands for Augmented Reality. AR is the technology where digital imagery can be incorporated into the real world. Unlike VR, it does not require a Mobile VR or a standalone VR headset. A user with a mobile phone can experience AR.
Additionally, Augmented Reality solutions embedded in Smart Glasses are being widely used in areas like shop floors, warehouses, on-field for training and productivity purposes. Both technologies have their own merits but different use cases. VR as technology allows developers to mimic the entire world, whereas AR solutions are restricted to the screen size.