Virtual reality is about to take off in workforce training and development. Read on to find out how Harness Energy is using VR and what the benefits are.


Virtual Reality. You’ve definitely heard of it. If you’re a gamer, you may have even used it. But would you expect to see VR in workforce training and development? Well, thanks to Harness Energy’s collaboration with creative production company Activate Studios, you’re about to see the use of VR in a range of workforce training and development settings.



While science fiction novels such as Ready Player One have long predicted the growth of VR, it’s only now that the software is really beginning to take off. Apple has announced it’s working on a headset capable of running both AR and VR technology, to be released in 2020, CNET reports. The headset would be completely untethered to a computer or smartphone, and feature an 8K display (higher resolution than the best TVs available today). Facebook and Google have also recently announced significant spending on VR.