It may be too soon for virtual reality to play a role in how companies conduct business meetings, but it’s not too early to understand its benefits.
How people might use virtual reality to share ideas and discuss strategies is currently one of the hottest topics in the collaboration marketplace.
On the one hand, the image of a VR collaboration — featuring a bunch of employees wearing ridiculous headsets as they sit around an office meeting room table — is a deal breaker for most of us. It’s just too much; we can’t see it happening. On the other hand, those of us who have worked with VR know how effective virtual spaces can be.