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At ATS we endeavour to push the boundaries on the applications of VR Technology and how it is applied to training and workplace culture.
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Is virtual reality (VR) better than 2D training? Four evidence-backed value areas supporting the use of VR as a training modality
Read ATS Strategy & Research Coordinator Murielle Kluge’s commentary comparing 2D screen-based and immersive VR technologies for training.
A new study has proven that cybersickness, which is caused by exposure to virtual reality (VR), may be the same clinical condition as ‘classic’ motion sickness caused by travelling.
Contrary to previous research, severe motion sickness and cybersickness, a type of motion sickness that stems from exposure to virtual reality, may be considered the same clinical condition, according to researchers.
In the hopes of utilising advanced tools to enhance resilience, a first-of-its kind project led by the University of Newcastle (UON) will explore Virtual Reality (VR) training as a new method to ensure Australian troops are equipped with resilience training ahead of deployment.
Alaska Airlines has introduced virtual reality to enhance in-flight entertainment experiences, but experts say this emerging type of technology could cause increased motion sickness.
Leading research on emerging Virtual and Augmented Reality technology will be showcased tomorrow when the University of Newcastle hosts the Australian Defence College (ADC) Simulation Forum.
The Australian military is coming up with a new type of virtual reality (VR) enchanced resilience training, the first time a program of its kind has ever been put together.
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