Training in virtual reality is a perfect example of how simple solutions deal with complex problems. Comprehensibility, clarity, flexibility, and adaptation to specific needs – these are just a few of the many advantages of innovative VR trainings!
If something comes too easy, we think it is not good enough and that we have not used our full potential. Finding complex solutions, complicating the situation under analysis, focusing on individual processes and definitions – seem to present a more relevant and more professional approach. In particular, such an approach is a temptation to individuals who communicate with us from the position of an expert. But the complexity does not have to mean the best way to solve the problem.
The proof comes with the answer to the following question, “Is a simple answer to our problem sufficient to satisfy our ego?
The KISS principle (keep it smart and simple) says that the best solutions are not those that are complex, but those that are understandable. So keep it simple! Definitely, it is easier to assimilate information that it is not created for professionals, isn’t it?
Why does it happen? The answer is that we are used to perceiving simple solutions as solutions based on intuition only and not on our technical, theoretical knowledge. This is a mistake. Bill Gates said, “I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.”
This digression is a response to the dilemmas that we often encounter in companies. The excess of data stops the development process. In such cases, VR gives specific and simple solutions that can improve the quality of work, support the processes of teaching and contribute to real change in the functioning of market operators. Don’t forgrt, simple solutions are better than the complex ones, even if they seem silly.