By | October 23, 2017

It’s well documented that the more senses you engage convincingly in a VR experience, the greater the user’s level of immersion becomes.

Haptic, or touch feedback systems are seen as the next great leap in VR, promising that the user will be able to “feel” the experience.

Convincing haptics are a long way off but will have a huge impact on L&D, allowing a learner to develop muscle memory as well as visual, spatial and audio familiarity with a situation.



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