Thank You For Attending Our Webinar on How to Use AR/VR in Corporate Training

A big Thank You to everyone who attended our webinar on How to Use AR/VR in Corporate Training, held on Wednesday 6th September 2017. Like last time, we were absolutely thrilled with the overwhelming response to this webinar and greatly appreciate your attendance.


We hope we were able to provide you with more clarity on the amazing, up and coming technologies Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality and their applications in corporate training.


To give a summary on what this webinar was all about, this webinar was mainly conducted for companies looking for newer and more immersive ways to train their employees and receive the maximum benefit from their training.

Our presenters Sach Chaudhari and Ajay Kapoor talked about the numerous applications and exciting benefits of incorporating Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in Corporate Training.



No more boring elearning sessions that your employees dread to attend! They addressed a number of questions that arise when we talk about AR/VR in training like:VR Training

– How can your organization use VR & AR for training?

– For what type of topics and outcomes will VR be an effective solution?

– How much will it cost?

– What type of setup will be required?

..and a lot more.


The webinar also covered the industries and companies currently making use of and thriving with the help of AR/VR in training, to give you a more realistic outlook on using these technologies.


Missed the webinar for some reason? No worries,here is the webinar video and slides for your convenience!


It is quite a known fact that the more hands on experience an employee gets, the quicker he will be able to learn his job.


After all, we do learn better by doing rather than just listening and observing!

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But what about the risks involved?


Take for instance a new surgical recruit. He needs all the hands on experience he can get, but considering that surgery deals with operating on people, he can’t just be given a scalpel and asked to try his best, can he?

The same goes for any new employee, be it a new military recruit, a construction worker or even an employee of a big organization.


How are they to learn on the job in light of all the risks involved?


The answer to this comes in the form of the new technologies currently on the rise, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.


While originally developed for entertainment purposes, these groundbreaking new technologies are now being actively used in corporate training, with more and more organizations accepting the benefits that they provide.


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AR/VR in training is made use of particularly in those industries where hands on training is the best way for employees to learn but the risks associated are quite high.


With augmented and virtual reality in training, companies can provide their employees with immersive, interactive and engaging training scenarios in which the employees can participate as if physically present.


Sounds wonderful doesn’t it? The surgeon can practice and repractice as many procedures as he likes without risking the lives of patients, a military recruit can learn to defuse a bomb in a controlled environment, a construction worker can learn the ins and outs of the machinery without the risk of injuries or loss.


These technologies are revolutionizing the training world each passing day. So if you’re wondering about incorporating AR/VR in your corporate training program, don’t hesitate. Your employees will surely thank you for it.


If you’d like to learn more on using AR/VR in Corporate Training, want to know more about Paradiso LMS, have questions, proposals, or just want to know about our upcoming webinars, Contact us Now!


In case you missed the webinar, here are the slides for the same!

Check out the webinar video recording below:

Sach Chaudhari

Sach Chaudhari is an expert in the field of eLearning platform development. He is the CEO of , which focuses on developing eLearning platforms. Sach is based in Silicon Valley. He studied business at Harvard Business School and computer science at the University of Cincinnati. He has various patents in software engineering under his name. Before starting his company, Sach worked for various start-up and fortune 500 companies in Silicon Valley. You can find his profile on and Send him an email at [email protected]

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