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How VR Will Impact the Future of Tech Careers

Virtual reality has been a concept for a long time. Several tech companies have attempted to develop useable and worthwhile VR systems in the past with little to no success; that has changed in the recent years, and VR is now everywhere in the tech industry. Large corporations are investing in VR technology and most innovations in the VR field are focused on gaming, entertainment, and other leisurely things.

1. Conceptualization

VR technology can be very useful in a number of industries, especially those that require conceptualization. For example, a real estate agent can use VR to help clients do a virtual walk around the property. They can showcase the property’s appearance and help clients visualize different design concepts, furniture locations, and structural changes to the property. VR gives customers in the real estate industry a more in-depth look at the property and they can make well-informed decisions.

2. Great for Off-Site Workers

Couple using vr simulator

Technology, such as computers and mobile devices, changed the way office-bound employees perform their job. VR allows us to integrate concepts like designs, text, audio, and virtual concepts with real-world objects and entities. This will drastically increase the efficiency of on-site workers because they’ll have immediate access to real data at their location. VR will reduce the costs and time required to finish a project.

3. A New Workspace

Workplaces have already changed significantly over the years. People use the Internet to communicate with team members scattered across the world in an instant. VR will take this to the next level as team members will be able to interact with and communicate with the virtual representation of their team members. This will further bridge the gap and have a positive impact on productivity and social interaction at the workplace.

4. Training Tool

vr training

VR can be used as a risk-free training tool for new professionals and students. For example, some surgeons have recorded live surgeries on the VR platform, which allows students to see and understand the procedure better. Most industries and educational fields can expand on this and create a comprehensive training system that will ensure students and new professionals are better prepared for their career.

5. An Emerging Industry

VR is a rapidly developing field. Tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Microsoft have already started to develop their own versions of VR technology. As the potential of VR grows and becomes more apparent, more companies will start to invest and develop this technology. The demand for professionals with VR experience will grow as the technology advances and becomes commonplace for businesses.

VR will have a big impact on future tech careers so people should familiarize themselves with this technology to remain competitive, especially since companies update VR technology every few months. You should familiarize yourself with VR technology if you want to be relevant in any profession.


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4 Ways VR Will Impact the Future of Tech Careers

How Augmented and Virtual Reality Will Impact Work

Five Ways Virtual Reality Will Change The World

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About the Author:

Sophia Tinsley is XTech Staffing’s Marketing Specialist and writes career-advice related articles and content for the website. She also manages XTech’s social media platforms. Sophia recently graduated from Texas State University where she earned her BBA with a major in Marketing. She is the crazy cat lady of the office and the embodiment of Michael Scott – she always has wacky ideas. Sophia also writes for her personal fashion blog and creates movie trailers as hobbies. She thinks she’s unique, but likes all things “basic” (i.e. Starbucks). And if you’re a Game of Thrones fan, then you and Sophia will get along swimmingly.
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