designed to facilitate collaboration and team building Virtual spaces aren’t just for meetings but a place where work is completed. These collaborative spaces, unlike traditional conference calls, which rely on a single way of communicating for communication, like screen sharing, are created for collaboration, productivity and connections with remote teams or hybrids.

These virtual spaces are available to anyone with a standard PC or Mac, or a browser. They also have a rich range of features which can be powerful tools for collaboration. Some even let you create an immersive experience with VR. Some of them offer a sophisticated editor for creating worlds, while others offer simple avatar systems that utilize floating emojis to convey emotions during conversations and presentations.

Google Docs allows team members to edit and view documents, with options for commenting and tracking changes, as well as granting different access rights. It can also be used to chat and video conferencing, with integrations with other tools for workplace use, such as email, calendars and Kanban boards.

Microsoft Teams is a full suite of workplace applications that include video, chat and voice conferencing, file storage and integration with other workplace tools. It is available for free for all Google users, and offers different pricing options to fit companies of all sizes.

ImmersedVR is a cutting-edge VR collaboration tool that uses technology that telepresence uses to connect people around the world in shared workspaces. It lets team members write on documents, add notes to plans, and even shake hands with colleagues, as well as be able to see virtual avatars of colleagues sitting next to them. This modern technology is increasingly used for classroom-based training and simulations. Duodecim is an Finnish medical society that uses the Glue technology for healthcare training exercises.

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