VR for Architecture and Interior:

The Virtual reality is the key for more immersive and interactive experiences, as the client/owner perceive the projects up close, feel changes in spatial planning immediately, and walk through the project themselves.

A VR presentation provides a full 360 view enabling client/owner to get a feeling for space and design and perceive the actual scale of a project presented with immersive 3D experience in the best way possible and gets to engage and experience the project in a life-like simulation, it is easier to discuss details that may not be so easy to see and comprehend in another format.

You are walking through an elegant house, admiring the large living-room windows, the paintings on the wall, and the spacious kitchen. Pendant lights cast a soft glow; the terrazzo flooring gleams beneath your feet; the furnishings feel inviting.

VR for Mechanical and Safety Training:

Virtual Reality Training is the digital simulation of lifelike scenarios for training purposes. Trainees enter a 360°, active learning environment, experiencing sights and sounds that dissolve the barrier between virtual and actual reality. Using the headset and controllers, trainees look, speak, and move about freely in a 3D virtual setting, interacting with simulated real-world tools, machinery, and other trainees and instructors.

Critically, with Virtual Reality, workplace scenarios that were once too difficult, expensive, or dangerous to train for, (such as emergency protocols and disaster preparedness, hazardous material spills, realistic heights training, etc.), become vastly more practical, cost-effective, and safe in an immersive simulation.