Virtual Reality

Use Virtual Reality to immerse consumers in a unique experience at events and exhibitions.

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We use VR for multiple projects, ranging across exhibitions, events, and training, ensuring an immersive and effective experience.

Depending on a project’s requirements, we tailor our work by using the most feasible and cost effective VR headsets, and ensuring a seamless, professionally designed Virtual Reality environment for your users.

Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality, or VR, is when a user is immersed into a digital environment.

Using Head-Mounted Display unit (HMD’s) and other body hardware, there are different levels of interaction, and the content is only limited by your imagination.

Different Use Cases

Virtual Reality is a solution used across different industries and operations, for example in Real Estate, Education, Health and Safety, for training, marketing, and event and exhibition activations.

Virtual Reality for Training

The education industry, and training in any industry, adapts to the technology that is available to it. VR is the technology fast becoming the next technology to change how education and training is done.

About one-third of tech-oriented people surveyed at the Consumer Electronics Show identified education as the area most likely to benefit from VR.

About 63% said that they would prefer a VR training experience to the traditional techniques as it is more interactive, they can work at their own pace and repeat the exact same lessons if need be, and assessments are less daunting as they are gamified.

Virtual Reality for Automotive Industry

The every-day driver is the person who wants a car to get them from A to B without any hassles, and to be able to take the family along for the ride as well.

VR tours and 360 videography can be incorporated to give users a better online shopping experience by supplying an accurate view and feel for the car without having physically viewed it. There are showrooms that can be turned into online museums with the use of VR technology.

Virtual Reality in Construction

The goal of technology in construction is to aid in the increase of efficiency in as many areas as possible. VR is useful in construction during the final inspections process. Where inspectors would walk through a space to have a look at the finishing touches and make note of any details that need to be attended to, a virtual walk-through can be made of the existing space.

It allows for a highly interactive walk-through from the comfort of an office chair. It is detailed and can be manually controlled. Reports can easily be put together as if the viewer physically walked through the space themselves.

Virtual Reality in Events

Events, especially corporate and industry exhibitions, are considered successful when they have drawn a considerably large crowd to attend. A stand at an exhibition is considered successful when it is able to interact with attendees and take hold of the opportunities to build relationships for post-event business.

VR is highly interactive, and it is interesting and fun to use. Incorporating VR simulations or tours into your event stand creates an increase in interest, and interactivity. Keeping an audience interacting with VR activities at your stand enables you to keep their attention and give you more time to build relationships with them.

Virtual Reality in Gaming

This is the most popular industry for virtual reality technology. The gaming industry has the most space in which the use for VR can be creatively executed. There are very few limitations as there are so many different types of games.

Video games are not the only VR-compatible games; table top favourites are being digitized and virtualized for a whole new experience of the game. Roll playing games (RPG) are also being turned into more immersive and interactive experiences; Dungeons and Dragons being the most popular example.

Virtual Reality in Hospitality

Hotels can incorporate VR in many ways in their customer service initiatives. Often, the first place a visitor encounters a hotel is online. Adding a VR tour to hotel rooms and hotel facilities allows the visitor to get a feel for what kind of room they would like to book, and see the value for money before making the booking.

The Marriott Hotel in the UK also includes VR in their room service as an entertainment option. They created tours of tourist attractions around the area, and allowed their visitors to explore their surroundings from the comfort of their rooms. This encouraged many visitors to explore places they would not have before experiencing them in VR.

Virtual Reality in Marketing

The goal of any good marketing specialist is to create a means for the highest engagement between the business and the consumer. Current communication strategies include interactive images and videos, but interaction is limited. Virtual Reality is immersive, and so brings with it a higher level of interaction.

This has brought about higher engagement from customers; with the Real Estate Industry as an example, clients spend 52% more time with a property advertisement when a VR tour is included. This means marketers have 52% more time to share their message with their audience. The world of marketing is continuously changing, and its future lies in VR.

Virtual Reality in Tourism

Virtual tours of hotel rooms allow you to interact with the room before you even arrive at the lobby. You can also get a taste of different tourist attractions in an area by taking part in a simulation of the experience. VR in the tourism industry helps customers sift through their options easily by allowing them to get a better feel for a place before investing their money and time there.

In a survey, it was discovered that 81% of people would talk about a brand if they created a relevant and exciting virtual reality experience. This makes VR technology an innovative marketing tool that serves both experience providers and customers.

Virtual Reality Tours

These are interactive walk-throughs of existing spaces to give viewers an accurate feel for the space without physically stepping inside. This is useful for the hospitality, real estate, beauty, and retail industries.

The technology we use creates an immersive and interactive virtual tour of any space. You can view it as a dollhouse to see the layout, and you can walk through it in an automated walk-through or manually as well. You can tag special features, and also include images and videos for further promotion or explaining.
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