Within the VR environment, you can work together and collaborate in an office environment. You literally have a personal avatar that interacts with the VR, and your name hovers over your avatar so team members can identify you. You can have discussions with team members and interact in the virtual office environment, which actually feels like you’re having a real-world experience.
The characters can stand, sit, and interact as if they were in a real office environment. This is to help co-workers bond and discuss pretty much anything (even if they are not related to work). You can also go into isolated rooms for privacy purposes and for those who need to complete tasks in a quiet environment. When a session is complete, team members can have parties and celebrations.
The VR environment literally allows team members to get connected and experience physically interacting. VR allows you to optimize time & increase team engagement.
The fully immersive platform helps you optimize your time by helping you increase focus and keep your audience engaged. Because you have your team’s full collaboration, you reduce the risk of missing anything critical in your business. You can streamline meetings and presentations effortlessly. Tablets are also available for your avatar to present material and take notes without having to waste paper.
The VR environment allows you to share files and any other material that you need during presentations, just as you would in real life. There are whiteboards and screen shares on software to teach and present to team members. Lastly, another asset the VR environment has, is the simulation of developing 3D models. Teammates can create and discuss the 3D models, physically see the animation of the 3D model, and actively make changes/uploads while interacting in the environment.