Virtual Reality Software for Public Speaking

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A great deal of public speaking anxiety and terror can be eliminated by a program rooted in virtual reality. The ability to engage in public speaking without falling apart is the difference between those who lead and those who follow.

However, 9 out of 10 people are terrified of public speaking and would rather walk across a river of alligators than to stand before a large audience and deliver ideas. Because of such prevalence fear, a Virtual Reality software program for public speaking would be ideal.

Creating a virtual reality brand of this nature wouldn’t be hard for those who are experts in building and designing such advanced technological software. Because of the potentially overwhelming demand for such a product, the supply to the general public will probably be overwhelming.

The benefits of using virtual reality software to overcome the terror of public speaking are extremely priceless.

Usage of the software would empower an individual to stand before crowds of people and speak with confidence and competence. The usage of the software would transform the character and spirit of a shy and unengaged individual and create powerful movers and shakers. The effective use of a virtual reality program for public speaking would be able to influence important an audience to buy into a great idea or product.

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Great public speakers Wow us with their ability to project a sense of confidence and conviction regarding their ideas. Business people, political leaders, religious gurus from days gone by until now wouldn’t be as influential without the ability to effectively speak to and move a large audience to a decision.

How would Virtual Reality Public Speaking Software Work

Creators of the software could introduce 3 or more audience types based on the fears of those who dread public speaking.

  • The Non-Responsive Audience
  • The Angry or Bullying Audience
  • The Ridicule or Laughing Audience

Non-Responsive or Silent Audience

This type of audience is the one that just sits there while you are speaking. Instead of affirming your teaching, such audience gives you the silent treatment. It is the coldest crowd. It doesn’t give you any head nod of agreement, any facial sign of serious interest and any sound of Yes or Amen.

Most public speakers desire to know that someone is enjoying his or her speech or lecture from time to time. However, when the silent treatment is stern, a sense of uncertainty and nervousness may creep into the message.

At this stage, many speakers ask for affirmation or attempt to adjust their message to please the ease of the listeners.  As a result, the original message is compromised.

Virtual software for public speaking will undoubtedly allow an aspiring but timid speaking to gain mastery over such audience type.

Angry or Bullying Audience

Facing a hostile audience can bring a lot of intimidation and shame to the table. Public speakers must be prepared to withstand the pressure and deliver their speech anyway, if possible.

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Hostile crowds can be highly disrespectful, calling the speaker hurtful names, bringing up painful issues or throwing physical objects toward your direction.  Hundreds of leaders, while delivering a message, have been physically attacked, some fatally if we consider politicians and activists of the past.

If an individual can withstand the pressure of a hostile crowd and still get his or her point across he or she has nearly mastered the art of public speaking.

Virtual reality software programs that include intimidating audiences will go a long way in preparing speakers for those dreadful occasions.

The Ridicule or Mockery Audience

Public speakers who have been laughed off stage or made a laughingstock can identify with this type of crowd all too well. You can experience this type of crowd in small or large degrees, depending on their perception of you and the message you are attempting to deliver.

Most potential speakers consider this the most dreadful crowd. No one wants to be shamed. Our basic human nature longs for love and acceptance. So when people laugh at our mistakes or our weaknesses we feel downtrodden.

However, the ability to stand before a crowd that is laughing at you and still stand tall is the mark of a powerful leader who can own up to mistakes and faults. He or she will not back down due to shame or embarrassment.

Virtual reality software that addresses this type of audience will give an individual the power to not only command himself, but also to command the crowd.

Suggested Levels of Virtual Audience

The above recommendations are the essence of what virtual reality software for public speaking should consist of. The virtual audience should react to the speaker’s mistakes, faults, appearances, comments while he or she is speaking.

In addition, there should be levels of achievement. Going to the next level means you have mastered the first level of public speaking. For example, the virtual reality might start an individual with a small audience in a small room setting, then move up to a larger room or ballroom and then to the stage. I am sure that software creators and designers get the idea of what I am talking about.

People who are preparing for careers in business leadership, religion and politics would profit greatly from virtual reality software for public speaking. The vicarious experience they would gain before they encounter the real thing will enable them to quickly adapt to a live audience.

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