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September 21, 2021 – DPVR, a Shanghai-based virtual reality (VR) solution provider, has recently announced its group training solution, which offers a completely free software kit that allows companies to form large groups of users by granting control of several headphones at once to a single trainer.
According to DPVR, while other solutions on the market can be expensive and cost thousands of dollars for a training room with between 40 and 50 VR headsets, the DPVR solution helps to drastically reduce business costs from training of the company group. the software is free, as long as users use DPVR’s own VR headsets.
DPVR stated that their group training solution is mainly applied as a solution for learning soft and hard skills. The solution allows instructors to share images, media, applications and interactive content, manage video playback and collect student learning data, all via a PC or Android device. As a result, group instructors and moderators can manipulate participants ’VR headsets and share synchronized screens, while collecting user feedback to help enhance students’ learning experiences. The solution also allows moderators to give participants the opportunity to explore learning content freely in virtual reality.
The solution consists of:
- An Android phone, tablet, or phone;
- DPVR wireless headphones;
- A router;
- DPVR group training software.
In addition, according to DPVR, the Group’s Training Solution does not require high-end PCs to work, which the company says can help further reduce companies ’operating costs. You only need one Android PC / tablet / phone to control up to 50 wireless headphones simultaneously.
Commenting on the solution, Derek Liu, vice president of DPVR, said: “The cost of training may seem daunting in adopting new technologies such as virtual reality. Our group training solution helps our customers address the issue of cost while delivering an optimized customer experience through our highly customized hardware and software solutions. “
Currently, the DPVR group training solution is being used by educational institutions to teach courses such as natural sciences or campus safety education.
DPVR also stated that it is the only hardware manufacturer to offer companies such platform solutions for free and without the need for monthly / annual subscription renewals.
At the beginning of the year, DPVR announced the launch of its ‘Starlink’ VR system, which acts essentially as a live streaming solution of virtual content, in which a student is able to follow the perspective of an instructor’s first person, but cannot explore content freely. The Group Training Solution therefore offers a software platform that allows instructors and teachers to control their students ’devices in order to define specific VR content that students can explore on their own. In addition, last month, the company also announced the launch of its new standalone VR headphones focused on the company with the introduction of the P1 Ultra 4K and P1 Pro Light devices.
For more information about DPVR and its virtual reality hardware and software solutions for group training, visit the company website.
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