growing number of large agribusinesses are using virtual reality as a practical
tool to do everything from training staff to selling stock.
reality (VR) is a three-dimensional environment generated by computers or
cameras, which people can explore using special headsets or mobile devices.
the stuff of games, the technology has now proved appealing to some of
Australia's biggest agriculturalists.
farm equipment supplier Case IH is now looking at using the immersive
is where we want to take it," company representative Scott Jericho said.
trainers in the US and Europe and everywhere else, we can interact with them on
a live basis and look at product, whether it be whole goods training, parts
training or service training."
IH Australia is working with founder of Farm VR Tim Gentle, who specialises in
producing 3D videos for the agriculture industry.
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ABC Landline (2 March 2019)