Are Augmented and Virtual Reality the Future of Corporate Training?

| February 19, 2019

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Augmented and virtual reality are revolutionizing corporate training. In industries such as high-tech manufacturing, businesses are deploying virtual worlds that simulate the real-life settings employees will work in.“There’s a growing pool of companies that already have deployments for AR and VR enterprise training,” says Lewis Ward, IDC’s research director of gaming and AR/VR.

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