According to the specialist, thanks to virtual reality technology, people can find themselves in the most inaccessible places, and without harm to their health. In reality, getting into them is difficult and requires large investments.
Filatova drew attention to the fact that virtual reality is currently being used for teaching. So, thanks to it, people can safely practice the skills and play the likely scenarios of events.
“For example, when training personnel for work at a nuclear power plant, you can show even those compartments, access to which is limited, and if the equipment or configuration changes, it is possible to quickly make adjustments to the training ”, – the expert shared.