VR tools are usually divided into:
- VR glasses using a mobile device ("mobile VR")
- VR systems ("stationary VR"), including helmets, joysticks, space positioning systems and powerful workstations (VR Ready laptops or powerful PCs) for the highest possible content broadcasting
Each format has its advantages and limitations.
Thus, mobile VR has a high level of mobility, as users need just a smartphone or VR glasses themselves, and a high degree of immersion, since employee's peripheral vision is not distracted. Both elements easily fit in a backpack, medium-sized bag or a classic briefcase. As a result, coaches are not tied to a specific training location and can easily conduct field demonstrations almost anywhere.
However, VR glasses
do not support physical movement, with all content being perceived just from one point in a 360-degree format.