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Lucie Hammond shows off some of the VR technology’s capabilities. Photo: Being VR

VR takes training to next level

A couple of Perth businesses are leading the use of virtual reality in corporate training, with applications from the boardroom to a mine site.

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Melbourne
The use of virtual reality in various spheres of human life is greatly overestimated. VR is most effective as entertainment. Many people like to play games with VR or augmented reality. But a level of development of a quality of a virtual world is still low - this does not allow the use of a virtual reality for some complicated projects. Therefore, virtual reality has the most popularity in a sphere of games and entertainment. But apart from entertainment, it will be good to use virtual reality in tourism.

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