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Virtual Reality as a Workforce Training Solution

Virtual Reality (VR) has been the most anticipated upcoming technology for the past three years. However, in these past three years it has been slow to deliver on the large promises made. VR was expected to revolutionize the way that industry worked from training to day-to-day operations. While it has…

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Elliot Green is the Founder of TANTRUM Lab a Virtual Reality software training company based in Lafayette La. He has been creating VR experiences for clients since late 2015. His team has developed a unique approach to VR training incorporating wherever possible real-world physical objects. Elliot is a seasoned developer of cutting-edge technology, having previously worked for Nokia creating some of the very first Augmented Reality experiences as well as multiple consumer-focused technology expos. 

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