The pandemic has certainly shifted the way we do things, and education is no exception. Distance training has made its way to the mainstream, which is great for virtual reality companies. A recent TechCrunch article discussed one such company, Osso VR, that just raised $14 million to bring virtual reality to surgical and medical device training.
The company currently has roughly 30 customers, about half of which are in the medical device space. Osso is a virtual reality distribution platform that uses Oculus Quest headsets to train hospital employees in 20 different countries.