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How VR can help you with your fear for Public Speaking.

Many people are afraid of public speaking - also known as Glossophobia. The idea of speaking in front of a room full of people, while you’re standing on a stage is for some the most terrifying idea ever. However, if you need to speak in public for your job or you want to tackle your fear, Virtual Reality might just be the solution for you.

Online you can find multiple (free) apps which will help you practice speaking in front of a public.To help you out we searched for the best apps which we will share with you below. The apps are designed to simulate likewise situations to real life.

1. VirtualSpeech

The VirtualSpeech app is compatible with multiple VR headsets and creates a realistic environment for you, including sound and visual distractions. The app will also analyse your speech. Also it’s possible to add your own slices, so you can practice for an upcoming event.

2. #BeFearless

Samsung created BeFearless to encourage people to overcome their fears and inspire confidence in all they do. With BeFearless they focused on two of the most common fears: heights and public speaking. The only hiccup is that you will need a Samsung smartphone and the Samsung Gear VR.

3. Beyond VR - public speaking

This app works with Google Cardboard. Beyond VR creates an experience within a realistic environment, complete with human distractions. You can select from a variety of high-quality training rooms, like a large conference room or a smaller classroom. You can also practice your impromptu speeches, so you’ll learn to think on your feet

Picture by VirtualSpeech.



Online you can find multiple (free) apps which will help you practice speaking in front of a public.To help you out we searched for the best apps which we will share with you below. The apps are designed to simulate likewise situations to real life.

  1. VirtualSpeech
    The VirtualSpeech app is compatible with multiple VR headsets and creates a realistic environment for you, including sound and visual distractions. The app will also analyse your speech. Also it’s possible to add your own slices, so you can practice for an upcoming event.

  2. #BeFearless
    Samsung created BeFearless to encourage people to overcome their fears and inspire confidence in all they do. With BeFearless they focused on two of the most common fears: heights and public speaking. The only hiccup is that you will need a Samsung smartphone and the Samsung Gear VR.

  3. Beyond VR - public speaking
    This app works with Google Cardboard. Beyond VR creates an experience within a realistic environment, complete with human distractions. You can select from a variety of high-quality training rooms, like a large conference room or a smaller classroom. You can also practice your impromptu speeches, so you’ll learn to think on your feet


Picture by VirtualSpeech.