Risk prevention now ranks as one of the most frequently explored uses of virtual reality by companies. This is not surprising:
Revinax immersive tutorials offer a particularly appropriate solution to the issue of risk prevention: their mix of virtual reality and first-person 3D video guarantees optimal user immersion, including strong sensory and emotional impact, ideal for enhancing awareness of the risks specific to each workplace/company. Because they are permanently available via a cross-device platform (VR headsets, smartphones, tablets, and computers) they can be used as needed and on demand, regardless of the number of people or viewings concerned.
Revinax tutorials guarantee optimal user immersion and strong sensory and emotional stimulation through the combination of subjective-viewpoint 3D video and a VR environment.
Because learners are fully engaged in the experience and free from any distraction, they memorize information, experiences, and technical know-how better and faster.
The immersive potential of Revinax tutorials is significantly enhanced by the use of 3D videos captured directly in the user’s work environment.
When learners find themselves in their usual (familiar) work environment, learning and confidence increase.
This realism also generates a strong emotional response, particularly useful when sensitizing or preparing users for dangerous, stressful, or unusual situations (incidents, accidents, critical situations, etc.).
Although realistic, immersive tutorials offer a completely dematerialized experience that is not tied to any limitation of place or time:
users no longer have to be on-site or at the equipment to learn how to operate it. There is no need to shut down a production line or cut into work time to train team members.
Run on the Revinax platform, your immersive tutorials are available to your users 24/7. They can be viewed on a VR headset as well as on a smartphone, tablet, or computer (in 2D mode).
Users can access your content wherever and whenever they choose... and as often as needed to keep their skills active and available.
This flexibility makes Revinax tutorials particularly suited for repeated use, as a "reminder" of instructions that may be neglected over time or during refresher courses.
The Revinax solution is completely scalable: your immersive tutorials can be offered to as many people as you want with a limited investment. After the initial design costs, the "only" other purchase is VR headsets (mobile/autonomous).
Even a basic VR cardboard with a smartphone can suffice! Compare this to the budget required for a face-to-face solution, with all the logistical costs and training time to schedule.
Through virtual reality and first-person 3D video, users can be immersed in a completely realistic (and familiar) environment in which potentially dangerous situations can be simulated without putting them at the slightest risk.
This makes immersive tutorials ideal tools to raise team member awareness of certain risks or improve how they manage delicate or dangerous situations.
Another advantage of using video in Revinax immersive tutorials is that production cost and time is significantly lower than for a 100% CGI production.
Your first tutorial can be ready in less than one month!
Revinax immersive tutorials are particularly well suited to onboarding new employees (or external actors). They are a highly practical, always-available way to introduce new workers to their new workplace... and at the same time train them on basic safety rules.
Built from subjective-view 3D videos shot on site, these tutorials ensure optimal memorization, in record time, of this information so essential for any newcomer!
Thanks to its immersive technology (VR & first-person 3D video), Revinax immersive tutorials are particularly impactful tools for heightening risk awareness and reviewing safety instructions. They guarantee strong sensory and emotional stimulation for optimal user engagement. Using videos filmed in the workplace maximizes team awareness.
These experiences are immersive... yet virtual: staff members are alerted to security issues without being exposed to any risk. Unlike conventional training, virtual experiences don't require mobilizing personnel and workplaces over long periods.