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“WorldViz’s Vizible Brings VR To Corporate Sales Forces”

Kevin Carbotte at Tom's Hardware: "So far, VR is mostly used for entertainment in the consumer space, but some companies are starting to bring VR to the corporate world. [...] WorldViz revealed a VR solution that could help corporate sales teams communicate their products' capabilities to their clients."

“WorldViz Unveils VR System For Virtual Business Meetings”

Rebecca Hills-Duty for VR Focus: "Vizible will be primarily targeted at sales professionals and will operate as a combination of VOIP communication platform, along with offering the ability to share virtual models, pictures and virtual mock-ups."

“WorldViz set to launch VR communication tool Vizible”

Greg Corke of Develop 3D: "[...] the technology is primarily being targeted at sales professionals [...] However, it can also be used for remote collaboration, design review with distributed teams, and product training."

“WorldViz solution transports meetings into the virtual realm”

Zoe Mutter for AV Magazine: "The product brings VR to sales teams looking for new, cost-effective and more immersive methods for communicating complex ideas to prospects and clients. [...] Little to no technical expertise is necessary to create and experience VR content using Vizible."

“Prelude to SIGGRAPH 2017: Your Account Representative Will Meet You in VR”

Virtual Desktop: "[...] teleporting yourself into a virtual conference room with your boss, colleagues, or client is just as easy as speaking to them via WebEx or GoToMeeting."

“WorldViz VR solutions help university research”

David Kariuki for Hypergrid Business: "WorldViz virtual reality solutions are being used in a variety of ways in learning institutions, from enhancing virtual learning and collaboration, boosting academic research, studying human and behavioral interactions, to enhancing student language and culture."

“Virtual Reality Gives Job Candidates a Vivid Big Picture”

Steve Bates at Society for Human Resource Management: "VR has found a variety of niches in HR—from training to diversity and inclusion programs to talent acquisition. [...] "The thing with VR is that you can't escape it" once you put on the headset, said Peter Schlueer, president and co-founder of VR products and solutions firm WorldViz in Santa Barbara, Calif."

“VR’s killer app: business services”

Chris Young at TechCrunch: "In manufacturing, WorldViz has become a leader in visualization and testing with its Vizard and VizMove VR application suite for companies as diverse as P&G, Philips, 3M, Perkins & Will and many others."

“The Branham Report: Focus on Virtual and Augmented Reality”

Peter Wolchak: "The promise that "pictures are so real you’ll feel as if you are actually a part of the scene" is the same made by big virtual-reality players today: be somewhere you are not, have an experience you can’t."

“The Training Game: High-tech Training Tools”

Aviation Weekly Reports: "In 2014, Rockwell Collins began to develop a virtual reality (VR) application with WorldViz Virtual Reality Software for maintenance training."