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Immersive innovation in service

By Jason Jerald

In the newest problem of, I wrote a piecesummarizing some key points from my book The VR Book: Human-Centered Design for Virtual Realityand about how immersive virtuality (iV) technology is recently starting to find its worth in service. As head-mounted displays boil down in cost, any employee will have the tools to practically teleport themselves anywhere and to work in methods and on projects that are limited just by the creativity. Plainly, this has the prospective to significantly shift the dynamics of the workplace.

In Compass, I analyzed a few of the most immediate effects:

  • Specialists will be able to quickly communicate their work to others. Example: a designer can reveal customers spaces and vistas that don’t yet exist.As quality hand
  • input is introduced, users can interact in the virtual world: no longer will there be just passive viewing, however rather interactions that are similar to real-world working techniques.
  • Organisations will have to embrace a testing approach to determine what applications are best fit to their customers’ requirements and goals; while the options are almost endless, one size does not fit all.Immersion is a visceral experience that can not be explained or prepared with words alone, or perhaps with pictures or video. Just by diving in can you be inspired with a vision for ways to adjust the innovation for a specific business or application. Read the complete article in Compass now and let me understand in the see all) Worth Networks Will Change the Traditional Supply Chain
  • Boeing Shatters Another Industry Paradigm
  • Shattering the Myths About Platforms


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