Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, many businesses and individuals have had to adapt and find new ways to communicate. With face-to-face interactions severely limited, utilising tools such as Virtual Reality (VR) could start to be more heavily relied on, particularly for private sector businesses.
This has been illustrated with vTime, a Deepbridge Technology Growth EIS company, which recently revealed it has been working with The Cornerstone Partnership, with the aim of providing vulnerable children in the UK access to vital social care, through the use of a private version of its vTime XR application.
Through using vTime XR’s feature set, members are able to meet privately with families, teams or individuals. The services available through these features offer remote supervision, virtual respite, therapeutic sessions, direct work with young people and supervised contact.
Clemens Wangerin, vTime Managing Director, commented:
“Virtual reality has been a lifeline for many during the pandemic and we’ve developed a licensable version of vTime XR that allows businesses from the private sector and social enterprises to use the network privately, giving them an immersive and safe meeting space that they’re able to use to stay connected. Helping organisations such as Cornerstone to continue their vital work through our platform demonstrates the power and importance of virtual reality and the deep levels of social immersion that can be achieved through vTime XR.”