Interaction Design for Virtual Reality
VR Vision is the global leader in designing scalable and intuitive ways trainees interact with virtual objects and environments, including how they navigate, manipulate objects, and interact with others.
Learning How to Interact in VR
There are many ways to interact with learning content in VR but don’t worry, VR Vision has created the "Beginners Guide to Virtual Reality", a comprehensive tutorial for those new to virtual reality covering the basic interactions for easy adoption.
Interaction Design with CGI
CGI enables trainees to interact with digital doubles in a way that helps familiarize them with the processes and develop motor skills. We use interaction design, often times a digital twin replica of real world tools, combined with seamless multiplayer interaction allow for an elevated VR training experience.
Learn more about our development process on our CGI Simulations page.
Open doors and panels or use switches, controllers, digital screens and levers that function similarly to their real-life counterparts.
Use a wide variety of tools, ranging from simple screwdrivers all the way to complicated multimeters and clamps.
Interact with Others
See and talk to team members, trainers and observers in a shared virtual persistent environment.
Interaction Design with 360 Video
Interactive 360 Video enables trainees to experience real-world environments and scenarios without being on-site. For this interaction design we use visual callouts, interactive UI's, and POV integration in order to achieve compelling 360 video training for real world scenarios.
Your can learn more more about 360 Video Simulations here.
These are used to highlight important elements in the video or display the results/effects of user interactions.
This feature facilitates user interaction with 360 video content through decision-making or virtual menu navigation.
This involves incorporating traditional video synchronized with the 360-degree scene to capture the subject's pov.
Virtual Reality UX Design
Trainees' interaction design with VR courses is critical for successful knowledge transfer and accurate evaluation. Listed Below are some of the most common interactions in VR. VR simulations are flexible and allow for a wide range of ways for the user to interact with the courses; some more advanced methods allow us to replicate and duplicate real-life interactions in VR closely.
Interact with all UI such as keyboards and menus via a standard interactive and distinct laser pointer system.
Using VR controllers to simulate interactions with digital twins such as tools, PPE's and machinery.
Tracks the users FOV and headset position in order to detect and verify if they are completing visual inspections.
Object to Object
Functional objects can interact with other 3D models, such as a multimeter lead on a motherboard.
Interactable digital tools like hot-sticks can interface with and trigger actions on other 3D assets.
Groups of trainers and trainees can communicate together and interact with objects at the same time.
Start your Interaction Design Journey
VR Vision's approach to interaction design in virtual reality is a game-changer in immersive training and education. By focusing on intuitive and scalable interaction methods, we ensure that trainees can navigate, manipulate, and engage with virtual environments and objects seamlessly.
Our solutions, ranging from CGI interactions to equipment handling and multi-user cooperation, are designed to closely replicate real-world scenarios, enhancing the learning experience. This commitment to realistic and interactive design is what sets VR Vision apart in the field of VR training.
As we continue to innovate, our goal remains to provide users with the most engaging and effective VR learning experiences possible, preparing them for real-world challenges in a safe, virtual space.