VR training is making fruit processing more efficient and cost-effective - study

A study explores the use of virtual reality in agriculture. Companies in the agricultural industry could use VR training to increase the efficiency of employee training. They could learn in a VR simulation of the work environment without using physical resources. In a usability test, participants reported a high level of immersion and realism, and successfully completed the tasks set for them. The results suggest that VR training is effective for training the correct selection of shock-frozen berries, for example.

Sources: IEEE Xplore