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AWARD WINNING IMMERSIVE VR

CREATING INCLUSION

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AWARD WINNING IMMERSIVE VR

CREATING INCLUSION

Connect with Us

VR DRIVING CHANGE

PTR have been developing immersive VR learning solutions since 2019.  Our approach to designing immersive VR puts you at the centre of the process, making sure the VR learning is tailored to your needs.

Choose from a diverse array of options: access our extensive Immersive VR library or let us custom build an immersive VR experience to align perfectly with your company’s goals.

 

 

ACCESSIBILITY IN OUR IMMERSIVE VR EXPERIENCES

With universal accessibility at the core, our immersive VR experiences prioritize inclusivity.  Including Streamlined menus, straightforward instructions, and minimal distractions, we cater to diverse needs, as well as physical and cognitive considerations. User accessibility is our unwavering commitment.

 

DATA AND EVALUATION

Our tailored approach to delivering immersive VR enables us to work closely with customers to determine their data needs.

OUR PROCESS

Our co-creation process unfolds through several strategic stages. Each stage is a vital part of our dynamic co-creation process, weaving innovation and intention into every immersive experience we craft.

1

Strategy

Align
Discover
3

Development

Development
QA
5

Review & Enhance

Evaluate
2

Design

Scripts
Storyboards
Visualizations
4

Deliver

VR Experience

CASE STUDY

MATER EDUCATION

Immersive VR for Better Conversations

People Tech Revolution worked with Mater, a  leading Australian private hospital conglomerate to conduct a pilot study. The study aimed to enhance the effectiveness of their “Speaking with Good Judgement” (SWGJ) program using virtual reality (VR) technology. Watch the Advance Queensland video about the project.

OBJECTIVE

The objective was to create a safe and immersive learning environment for employees to practice challenging conversations and feedback skills.

APPROACH

PTR co-designed with experts from Mater Education, team leads, and the Centre for Medical Simulation at Harvard.  Custom branding, characters and environments were developed to create scenarios that resonated with employees.

The VR program was delivered to over 60 participants face-to-face across different Mater campuses in a pilot, and a workshop was held to train SWGJ facilitators on the technology.

CENTRAL COAST COUNCIL

Raising Awareness of Disability with Immersive VR

The Central Coast Council developed VR as part of it’s wider strategy to improve Disability Access and Inclusion, particularly among business, and in sport and recreation activities. They identified a need to raise awareness among the wider community of what people with a disability face on a daily basis. Watch the great project video here.

OBJECTIVE

The aim was to improve empathy, leading to a better understanding of the needs of people with a disability in everyday scenarios.

APPROACH

PTR creates a VR experience, co-designed with the Council’s Access and Inclusion Reference Group that gives people a first-person perspective of being a person with a disability. The experiences allow users to experience two different environments, the beach and a shopping centre, and to reflect on the different challenges and barriers.

The experience has been implemented across the community more than 200 times and has been incorporated into teacher training programs, internal council staff and CSIRO facilitated training sessions.

MAYO CLINIC

Immersive VR in Healthcare

Co-designed with the Mayo Clinic team and their employees, drawing from the lived experiences of the nurses at Mayo Clinic. A Day In a Lifetime is a series of short immersive VR experiences focused on hospital staff and patients highlighting issues of bias, racism, discrimination, difficult conversations and allyship.

OBJECTIVE

To create a VR Experience to highlighting issues of bias, racism, discrimination, difficult conversations and allyship.

APPROACH

PTR creates a VR experience, co-designed with the Council’s Access and Inclusion Reference Group that gives people a first-person perspective of being a person with a disability. The experiences allow users to experience two different environments, the beach and a shopping centre, and to reflect on the different challenges and barriers.

The experience has been implemented across the community more than 200 times and has been incorporated into teacher training programs, internal council staff and CSIRO facilitated training sessions.

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