VR equipments gain market recognition
Since the 1960s, scientists and programmers have been exploring the possibility of VR, but it was only in the last few years that VR equipments has begun to gain market recognition.
Today, VR applications cover industries such as education, healthcare, and real estate.
Founded two years in the Australian company Diversifly VR equipments is committed to the development of VR in job application potential in the scene, it can provide more effective than traditional way of training programs, especially in the case of soft skills (e.g., social skills, personality, etc.).
Founded by Lucie Hammond, Diversifly provides customized training for mobile applications that are compatible with Google Cardboard and the Oculus Gear VR headset.
With VR training, users can immerse themselves in 360-degree working scenes and practice skills training in the virtual world.
The first application of Diversifly can handle multiple scenarios and unconscious bias in the work scene, as follows:
Multiple scenarios show: we can assume that such a scenario, staff and the manager in a team meeting to discuss the CEO task, through VR equipments program, they will gather for a virtual team, users can design scenario and scenario of brainstorming, and put forward feasible solutions.
Eliminate unconscious bias: in this virtual work environment, users can do some tagging while they feel unconscious bias. At the end of the meeting they will be an assessment and an expression that is likely to be a neutral face, a smile, or a happy face, it depends on how much they "contribution" of prejudice. This program can also provide users with some common biases and the impact of these behaviors on the job.
Elimination of female bias
"VR equipments training can make active participants in other people's thinking on the basis of, can improve our understanding of the bias and the perception of bias, and to avoid corporate culture, work efficiency and reputation, just as the in Susan Fowler Uber charges of events we see."
Hammond said: "the training will also provide individuals with reverse bias tools, at the same time are in training staff send a clear message, if you want to start a positive cultural change, we need to frankly face the bias problem."
Hammond has dealt with corporate communications and management reform.
She thought over the past 30 years, although the public awareness of diverse workforce rising, can also realize that dominated the human population nearly half of women for the tremendous potential for future market and the economy as a whole, but the workplace diversity reform "very slow".
Earlier this year, ge announced plans to hire 20,000 women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics positions by 2020.
At the same time, accenture aims to increase the number of women worldwide to at least 40 per cent within the same year.