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VR Shooter Core Disruption Features Motion Sickness Tech

VRScout

Thanks to MPLEX’s simulation sickness mitigation technology, you shouldn’t experience any discomfort as you zip across the battlefield in your futuristic murder machine. One of the biggest obstacles for those new to VR is “simulation sickness,” said MPLEX developer Nate Rothenberg during an interview with VRScout. “We

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How to Use Virtual Reality (VR) for Healthcare Training

InstaVR

The ability to simulate different scenarios, from an immersive first-person perspective, is very compelling. With commercially available powerful VR headsets like Oculus Go at only $200/headset, whole departments can be equipped for immersive learning. Now, it seems like any company not using VR in the field is falling behind.

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How Government Agencies Use Virtual Reality

InstaVR

These trainings also scale well — you can use InstaVR to deliver the trainings to users’ mobile phones, laptops, or VR headsets like the Oculus Go. VR provides a good immersion into the situation, and allows the users to make simulated decisions. That’s partially why you see so many VR headsets at conferences.

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Making Your Next Flight Safer and Smoother with Wearable AR+VR

EnterpriseWear

Aircraft and parts engineers can also use AR and VR devices to collaborate on new designs from anywhere in the world, sharing and testing ideas and even simulating the assembly or installation process to foresee issues. Airlines and other buyers thus receive faster-built, higher quality aircraft and parts that breakdown less often.