Virtual Reality Now Available As A Team Building Event
Let’s travel in time back to the ’90s when Virtual Reality (VR) concept was just a thought? There were some prototypes, but unfortunately, they were far from becoming a reality. The only VR devices that were on the market by that time were heavy, huge machines that weren’t portable at all.
Almost 20 years later, the first VR headset concept was finally on the market. Looking at the potential of this product, companies such as Sony, Facebook, Google, started to invest in their VR projects such as Oculus VR, Project Morpheus, VR Headset for PS4, etc. Virtual Reality has many different uses such as gaming, shopping, medical training, to name a few.
Virtual Reality as a team building event has evolved and through our partnership with Catalyst Global Team Building. Originally from Catalyst Tunisia, The Infinite Loop they gave VR a team building twist. Offering this technology through the Catalyst Network of team building providers had such a great impact, that they are now working on a version for remote teams.
Introducing “The Infinite Loop”
The Infinity Loop program’s main goal is to provide teams real-time communication, collaborative problem solving, data gathering, knowledge sharing, building and deploying solutions, and more. The mission of this team building activity is to save a young man trapped in a virtual world.
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“Thank you for your help in getting the Infinite Loop together for us so quickly, and even with weather issues! We had an amazing time and it was quite a hit with the Innovation team.”
– Protiviti, Chicago, IL
“The Infinite Loop is the perfect combination of team building and virtual reality that helps keep us on the cutting edge of innovative team building events for a multi-generational workplace. We are excited about this program and the upcoming plans to create a version for remote teams.”
– David Goldstein, Founder of TeamBonding
Learn more about this unique team building event here and build and bond your team with the virtual and real-world, together.
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