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The benefits of VR presentations in Mazer

  • 5 April 2022
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As developments in technology become more and more sophisticated, we find all sorts of new ways to experience the world, both in our everyday lives and at work. Virtual reality is one such technological development which has provided ground-breaking changes across a spectrum of activities and industries. Below are some ways that Mazer is using this exciting technology to enhance presentations.

  1. A completely digital environment

Gone are the days of flat PowerPoint presentations or having to awkwardly share your screen on Zoom. Mazer’s VR application goes way beyond this, allowing you to display your presentation in a fully immersive virtual world, while any website controlled from within Mazer can be projected in the virtual space as well. The possibilities for customer and client engagement are endless, while corporate training will never be the same again.

  1. Provide a virtual experience to colleagues around the world

Virtual reality gives you the ability to easily conduct presentations for your team, no matter where in the world they might be, which is especially important nowadays when giving face-to-face presentations has become a great challenge. Moreover, your whole presentation can be recorded and replayed in the virtual space, meaning that those who cannot attend are free to get the full virtual experience at any time.

  1. Create an interactive space for all participants

With Mazer’s virtual whiteboard, the presenter can use a special pen or pencil to write on a digital canvas which is accessible to all participants. In fact, as long as you have a pen to do so, you can write over anything you want in the virtual space. Clients can feel more involved in product presentations and employees are far more engaged during training, helping to build a solid team atmosphere.

  1. Integration of existing tools

With Mazer’s proprietary technology, you can improve the appeal of an already great website by moving objects appearing on it into the 3D VR space in a fully interactive mode, again making the experience far more exciting and engaging than your everyday presentation.

  1. Reality mixed with the virtual world

Mixed reality is a very interesting concept which blurs the boundaries between the virtual and the physical. With MR, you can experience a computer-generated world blended seamlessly with the real environment. It uses spatial mapping technology to produce a 3D map of your surroundings, recreating every corner, edge, and surface, so that your applications can use your surroundings as the workspace. Using holoportation technology, you can also insert a real person into the virtual environment. This exciting innovation allows you to reconstruct and transmit a 3D model of the user into a virtual space anywhere in the world, creating an exciting hybrid of the real and the virtual world which opens all sorts of possibilities for creative training and an enhanced client experience.

  1. Easily updated software

With Mazer, frequent OTA updates allow new content and functionalities to be delivered to your headset with ease and efficiency. You don’t have to worry about taking the headset into a store or going through any complicated procedures yourself, simply sit back and wait for the update to arrive. Maybe you want to spice up your team building exercise by adding the functionality to have a dance party together in a VR space. In a matter of days, we can create and send the functionality directly to your headset and it’s ready to use.

  1. Tactile experiences

Modern VR technology has gone beyond merely stimulating our sight and hearing to involve our other senses as well. While you won’t be able to truly come into physical contact with the virtual world, there are wearables such as gloves and suits that can simulate touch by applying force feedback and vibrations in response to your actions. This can allow you to ‘feel’ the virtual world as you move objects around it, and even experience different textures! Imagine presenting a product which clients can ‘touch’ and physically interact with in the virtual space without you actually having to travel anywhere and without the possibility of breaking it. The timesaving and money-saving benefits alone are huge, not to mention the added client engagement you could achieve.

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