Imagine this: You put on a pair of virtual-reality glasses. You see a school in a poor, rural Chinese village. You turn your head to see inside the door and you find a group of students gathered in a small classroom, learning with technology.
The display requirements in different industries, like finance, oil and gas or education are vastly different for users. Kirk Schell, Senior Vice President, Client Solutions, Asia-Pacific, Japan and China at Dell Technologies, discusses how virtual and mixed reality technology is demanding ever more sophisticated displays needed to translate data into the visual.
By harnessing virtual reality, businesses are saving thousands in training-related costs. Read how Farmers Insurance is using VR to train claims representatives, giving them “hands-on” practice while saving thousands in travel costs.
The future of work is flexible, untethered and peppered with virtual and mixed reality. Much of the compute is happening on the Edge, meaning on the device you work on. Sam Burd, President of Dell’s Client Solutions Group, discusses the future of work.
Art museums are diving into virtual reality, interactive touchscreens and holographic displays to re-invent how we interact with art.
Work in 2030 will be shaped by human-machine partnerships. To prepare, leaders can cultivate five key professional and digital literacy skills in employees.