There are many different ways of implementing virtual reality technology. PwC is a company keen on exploring new technologies, including VR. The firm uses this solution to envision the sustainable future, although it still poses plenty of challenges. A remarkable venture which seemingly takes the form of A.M.I.
PwC and VR Technology
It is not a big surprise to learn PwC is at the forefront of embracing new technologies. The firm has a decent track record in this regard. Their latest venture is known as A.M.I. Although it is a virtual guide discussing the sustainable future envisioned by this firm. What is even more intriguing is how this sustainable future is envisioned with the help of VR technology.
More specifically, the sustainable future PwC envisions is built with VR from the ground up. A VR simulation depicts how PwC wants to build the perfect city. It features autonomous vehicles of all kinds, no parking tickets are written, and only renewable energy sources are used. With quantum batteries, that becomes far less of a problem.
The main reason why PwC is using VR is to break the ice when discussing the sustainable future. Conveying the firm’s vision to clients can be difficult, as seeing is believing. It also makes it easier to plot the course for the company in this regard and make adjustments accordingly. It is the right technology to be used at this point in time.
Whether or not this technology will pave the way for a sustainable future, is a different matter altogether. VR allows for easier visualization while still keeping the narrative in place. Storytelling with VR can be a viable tool for business of any kind. PwC’s VR lead Jeremy Dalton is convinced there is a lot more to this technology than just playing games or watching content.
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