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Randy Sabourin

  • Posted on: 09/10/2019

    Is virtual training better than real-life role-playing?

    interesting article - it seems the premise is based on the idea that "role-playing in a group is not safe" which I totally agree with. But why "trick" the brain into thinking the VR is real - why not just have 1:1 real role-play remotely and receive the feedback from a trained role-player? Most virtual role-playing solutions have a role-player at the other end anyway. The costs are the same, there are several case studies to prove it. I love cool tech - but it should have a purpose beyond cool.
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