Key Options That Affect VR Training Costs
There’s no need to sugarcoat the fact that Virtual Reality (VR) is an investment. Like simulations and game-based learning, VR training programs are typically at the higher end of complexity and interactivity—which means they take more effort to produce.
VR is still new—and changing—and there are many exciting possibilities for both producing VR and delivering VR. And the landscape changes as the technology evolves. Navigating these options to arrive at the best solution for engagement, efficacy, budget, and timeline is an art and a science, as the saying goes. These decisions are also at the heart of the cost and return on investment (ROI) equation for VR training.
In this article, we’ll look at some key options you’ll need to know about that affect cost. We’ll also highlight some important considerations for ROI. And, finally, we’ll share some best practices for gaining buy-in for the VR training investment.