How VR Contributes to Space Exploration and Astronauts Training

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Even though technological progress makes this world easier and more comfortable for us humans to live in, there is still a lot of work performed by humans that can and most certainly should be considered as very demanding. Of course, any job can be tiring and affect your well-being, but some jobs are known to be particularly tough. Riggers, miners, … Read More

PaleBlue VR Training at the Embry-Riddle US University

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach is the world’s largest, fully accredited university specializing in aviation and aerospace. The university has started using PaleBlue VR Zero Gravity International Space Station simulator for research on intravehicular activity (IVA) studies and training with the students. This training is a part of a program that aims at challenging the students to think and … Read More

Virtual Reality Used in Treating Human Vision

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Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality can be applied in multiple different industries for all kinds of purposes. Healthcare is certainly one of the fields where these technologies can solve multiple problems in a variety of ways.  Here are just a few applications where VR technology has already been successfully utilized in recent years: mental illnesses treatment, pain management, physical therapy, … Read More

Why Businesses Move Meetings From Zoom to VR

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In 2020, having remote-based business and work meetings conducted via Skype, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, or one of the alternative videoconferencing services is basically the new norm. To a large extent, COVID-19 contributed to such a rapid move to remote-based work-related communication, but even without the epidemic, online meetings were getting more and more popular each year in the … Read More

Teknisk Ukeblad Magazine Features PaleBlue

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PaleBlue has been featured in the 2020 September issue of Teknisk Ukeblad, a Norwegian engineering magazine. In August we shared the news that PaleBlue delivered the first phase of the Zero Gravity Training Simulator project for the European Space Agency, or ESA. As a follow up we were asked for an interview with the Teknisk Ukeblad magazine. The article covers … Read More

4x Faster, Much More Effective, and Fun – How VR Transforms Soft Skills Training

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It may sound banal, but today having well-developed soft skills (or human skills as they are sometimes being called) is more important than ever before. This is true for pretty much any employee, and any company. From a formal addition to your professional skill set (so called hard skills), soft skills are consistently turning into an all important competitive advantage, … Read More

Collaboration Training in Virtual Reality

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Virtual Reality and 3D simulators have been adopted by many firms in industries like engineering, manufacturing, construction and energy as one of the most powerful tools that have been significantly useful in collaboration training. 3D Virtual Reality environments were developed to train professionals in a safe and engaging online training. Recent advancement in VR technology has enabled businesses to improve … Read More

How Governments Are Using AR and VR

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Immersive technology has long been used in training, and one of the latest technological advances – Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) – is becoming more commonplace. Virtual Reality offers the opportunity to alter the different situations that users could experience so that they are extremely capable and confident in their abilities once they are needed. Governments play an … Read More