It lets employees practice skills independently—and even make mistakes—in a way that is not always feasible or safe in the real world. Read on to learn how this technology is applied to teach various professional and technical skills.
Many universities and medical schools now use VR, AR, and MR as safe and cost-effective ways to train healthcare professionals. This training approach allows residents to practice skills as often as necessary.
The Emergency Response Training and Certification Association, a nonprofit organization in Pennsylvania, reports this immersive training helps improve communication, decision-making, equipment, and physical skills.