VR training experience teaches employees how to react during active shooter scenario in workplace

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Alexo founder Drew Hancock in a virtual reality active shooter training experience developed with Pixvana. (Pixvana Image)

Companies looking for ways to educate their employees and keep them safe during an active shooter scenario have a new option: virtual reality.

Seattle-based VR solutions provider Pixvana, which specializes in

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