Virtual reality worlds are constructed in specialized software tools by VR developers. The virtual environment itself is created by 3D animators, 360° video teams, or a combination of both. VR allows for training environments that are harmless, factory tours that are unobtrusive, lab experiments that leave no toxic fumes and product demos that totally immerse the potential customer. If a trainee or a visitor breaks virtual equipment or causes an explosion in a virtual chemical plant, the only damage is his reputation.
Entering a VR world is interactive by definition: moving your head lets you look around in a lifelike manner. By adding hand controllers, visitors or trainees can actually manipulate objects and do real-world exercises. Installing laser trackers brings an additional degree of freedom, allowing the user to walk around in a room, and interact with the environment.
Building a VR application requires the talent of many people: script writers, graphics designers, 3D modelers and animators, software engineers and VR developers. As a one-stop-shop, we have these teams, and the required software tools, under one roof. This allows us to produce the whole VR experience in-house, ensuring consistent quality and a single point of contact. Our experience and 100% focus on corporate and industrial work gives us the edge in creating virtual factories, virtual labs, virtual machinery and so on.