Virtual reality technology that has helped train NFL quarterbacks could also soon provide virtual training experiences for hundreds of thousands of Walmart associates. By the end of 2017, Walmart plans to roll out virtual reality training to the 140,000 associates who complete the retail giant’s training academy program each year. The move by the largest private employer of American workers may represent the biggest step yet for virtual reality training.

“This is the watershed moment that everybody will be talking about,” Belch says. “We now have the plan in place to put virtual reality in front of an entire company’s training force.”

Walmart first caught wind of STRIVR Labs’ technology because of the startup’s focus on providing virtual reality training for athletes in American football, basketball and other sports. A Walmart employee who is a donor to the University of Arkansas football team happened to see STRIVR’s technology in action, and so began STRIVR’s collaboration with America’s largest private employer to take virtual reality training mainstream. It’s a significant step given Walmart’s stature as the employer of more than 1.5 million American workers.

  • Frame: AM-TFS-D7
  • Fork: Rock Shox Tora 302 85-130 lockout
  • Rear-shock: Rock Shox Ario 2.1
  • Shifter: Shimano LX radipfire
  • Spokes: Stainless Black
  • Rim: Alex Supra 4X disc
  • Headset: M11 Neck
  • Handle bar: XM Comp Rise 630
  • Stem: XM Comp 10
  • Saddle: XM Comp
  • Seat post: XM Comp SB20 31.6
  • Pedal: Shimano M505

I simply love this bike,for long trails & tracks,handles very well,not that heavy for the looks,this is a real all mountain bike,worth every $$$ you paid!

I simply love this bike,for long trails & tracks,handles very well,not that heavy for the looks,this is a real all mountain bike,worth every $$$ you paid!

Virtual reality technology that has helped train NFL quarterbacks could also soon provide virtual training experiences for hundreds of thousands of Walmart associates. By the end of 2017, Walmart plans to roll out virtual reality training to the 140,000 associates who complete the retail giant’s training academy program each year. The move by the largest private employer of American workers may represent the biggest step yet for virtual reality training.

“This is the watershed moment that everybody will be talking about,” Belch says. “We now have the plan in place to put virtual reality in front of an entire company’s training force.”

Walmart first caught wind of STRIVR Labs’ technology because of the startup’s focus on providing virtual reality training for athletes in American football, basketball and other sports. A Walmart employee who is a donor to the University of Arkansas football team happened to see STRIVR’s technology in action, and so began STRIVR’s collaboration with America’s largest private employer to take virtual reality training mainstream. It’s a significant step given Walmart’s stature as the employer of more than 1.5 million American workers.

  • Frame: AM-TFS-D7
  • Fork: Rock Shox Tora 302 85-130 lockout
  • Rear-shock: Rock Shox Ario 2.1
  • Shifter: Shimano LX radipfire
  • Spokes: Stainless Black
  • Rim: Alex Supra 4X disc
  • Headset: M11 Neck
  • Handle bar: XM Comp Rise 630
  • Stem: XM Comp 10
  • Saddle: XM Comp
  • Seat post: XM Comp SB20 31.6
  • Pedal: Shimano M505

I simply love this bike,for long trails & tracks,handles very well,not that heavy for the looks,this is a real all mountain bike,worth every $$$ you paid!

I simply love this bike,for long trails & tracks,handles very well,not that heavy for the looks,this is a real all mountain bike,worth every $$$ you paid!

The Canadian Motorcycle Drag Racing Association was formed in 1993 by a group of West Coast Professional dragbike racers and motorcycle enthusiasts.  Besides having a desire to match their bikes, mechanical and riding skills with others they also saw a need for an organized points series of motorcycle dragbike races.

Virtual reality technology that has helped train NFL quarterbacks could also soon provide virtual training experiences for hundreds of thousands of Walmart associates. By the end of 2017, Walmart plans to roll out virtual reality training to the 140,000 associates who complete the retail giant’s training academy program each year. The move by the largest private employer of American workers may represent the biggest step yet for virtual reality training.

“This is the watershed moment that everybody will be talking about,” Belch says. “We now have the plan in place to put virtual reality in front of an entire company’s training force.”

Walmart first caught wind of STRIVR Labs’ technology because of the startup’s focus on providing virtual reality training for athletes in American football, basketball and other sports. A Walmart employee who is a donor to the University of Arkansas football team happened to see STRIVR’s technology in action, and so began STRIVR’s collaboration with America’s largest private employer to take virtual reality training mainstream. It’s a significant step given Walmart’s stature as the employer of more than 1.5 million American workers.

Virtual reality technology that has helped train NFL quarterbacks could also soon provide virtual training experiences for hundreds of thousands of Walmart associates. By the end of 2017, Walmart plans to roll out virtual reality training to the 140,000 associates who complete the retail giant’s training academy program each year. The move by the largest private employer of American workers may represent the biggest step yet for virtual reality training.

“This is the watershed moment that everybody will be talking about,” Belch says. “We now have the plan in place to put virtual reality in front of an entire company’s training force.”

Walmart first caught wind of STRIVR Labs’ technology because of the startup’s focus on providing virtual reality training for athletes in American football, basketball and other sports. A Walmart employee who is a donor to the University of Arkansas football team happened to see STRIVR’s technology in action, and so began STRIVR’s collaboration with America’s largest private employer to take virtual reality training mainstream. It’s a significant step given Walmart’s stature as the employer of more than 1.5 million American workers.

  • Frame: AM-TFS-D7
  • Fork: Rock Shox Tora 302 85-130 lockout
  • Rear-shock: Rock Shox Ario 2.1
  • Shifter: Shimano LX radipfire
  • Spokes: Stainless Black
  • Rim: Alex Supra 4X disc
  • Headset: M11 Neck
  • Handle bar: XM Comp Rise 630
  • Stem: XM Comp 10
  • Saddle: XM Comp
  • Seat post: XM Comp SB20 31.6
  • Pedal: Shimano M505

I simply love this bike,for long trails & tracks,handles very well,not that heavy for the looks,this is a real all mountain bike,worth every $$$ you paid!

I simply love this bike,for long trails & tracks,handles very well,not that heavy for the looks,this is a real all mountain bike,worth every $$$ you paid!

The Canadian Motorcycle Drag Racing Association was formed in 1993 by a group of West Coast Professional dragbike racers and motorcycle enthusiasts.  Besides having a desire to match their bikes, mechanical and riding skills with others they also saw a need for an organized points series of motorcycle dragbike races.

The Daily Roundup is our comprehensive coverage of the VR industry wrapped up into one daily email, delivered directly to your inbox.

The Daily Roundup is our comprehensive coverage of the VR industry wrapped up into one daily email, delivered directly to your inbox.  Email Address According to a report by Icelandic publication  MBL , CCP is shelving virtual reality as it closes its Atlanta location and sells its Newcastle office, two important VR branches that produced Sparc (2017)  and  EVE:  Valkyrie (2016).  The report contends CCP will be shifting its focus from VR onto PC and mobile games for the foreseeable future.

Update (10/31/17):  CCP says in an EVE: Valkyrie’forum post  that “EVE: Valkyrie – Warzone is not going away. We love the game just as much as we love our players, so you can rest assured that we’ll continue to support the product into the future.” CCP says the development team at the Newcastle studio will remain intact despite switching hands to a new company and complete work on the upcoming Winter Update for EVE: Valkyrie – Warzone.

CMDRA - Canadian Motorcycle Drag Racing Association.


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