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VR Class in Progress

The future of training and development could lie in VR experiences that one can't replicate in real life.

Flight simulators of one kind or another have existed for a long time. Incredibly, the first dates back to 1927, though like everything else its technology has advanced. Today, it's Virtual Reality (VR) that can help simulate situations that are not practical or even possible to do for real.

For most, VR just isn't going

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