INDUSTRIAL

Immersive experiences for real-world industries.

Even though innovation in immersive technology is being led by the gaming industry, immersive experiences have a vast market outside of gaming that offers a new way to interact with people and the world around us. With immersive solutions, VR technologies are evolving every aspect of moving human interaction forward from a static world to one that is purely real.

3D virtual Meeting

Immersive content gives industrial teams the ability to “see” a product without having to manufacture it or “visit” a project site without having to travel to it. Immersive environments make it easy for teams to collaborate in real-time, within a shared environment, where they can point out details and issues, ask questions, and immediately make decisions about changes.

Virtual reality in engineering includes the use of 3D modeling tools and immersive technologies as part of the design process. This technology enables engineers and stakeholders to view their projects in 3D immersive environments to gain a greater understanding of project variables and limitations, allowing stakeholders to develop a better understanding of how everything fits together and the effects of changes.

VR training is an immersive learning experience that recreates real-life settings and simulates work challenges. It gives people the chance to gain on-the-job training in a risk-free environment where they can learn by doing. Retention of skills learned in VR is high, which means it is more likely to be applied in the workplace and ultimately lead to increased productivity.

The recent advancement of immersive technology has enabled more intuitive methods for users to virtually visualize and interact with the permanent digital documentation of heritage sites across the world. VR content can be used by conservators to help restore damaged sites, or as a “point in time” record to feed into planning and management.

Immersive technology has several applications in insurance, including risk assessment, accident recreation, remote claims handling, and customer education. Immersive experiences can open several new capabilities for risk assessors to reduce cost and loss ratios. Multiple agents are no longer required to visit the claim site; agents can collaborate in real-time in a virtual environment and calculate losses remotely from the office.

VR can transform the learning experience for both students and teachers. With VR deployed in education, immersive and interactive content can be accessed on a large scale from anywhere. The technologies could increase students’ engagement across subjects, enabling them to comprehend concepts faster and foster community learning.

Police forces can use immersive technology to train personnel in simulated scenarios complete with visual, auditory, and physical stimuli. Creating simulated interactions with individuals inside the virtual training environments, helping learners practice making judgment calls and critical decisions under stress.

Immersive technology can be used as a treatment for mental health issues, with Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy thought to be particularly effective in the treatment of PTSD and anxiety. There is also VR-powered telemedicine to “transportive” elder care, while nursing home residents enjoy travel-by-goggles. And VR can also be used in a number of ways to simplify surgical processes.

Across multiple branches of the military, immersive technology is being used to create large-volume simulation environments, providing an immersive way to train recruits and optimize operations. VR could also help government officials digitally capture landscapes during times of crisis and share those environments virtually with remote personnel.

The applications of immersive technology for science can be used to enable learners to create embodied analogies for abstract concepts through gesture and movement. Size and scale are important to understand in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. An understanding of size and scale can be enhanced through direct experience with objects and with distances between objects and through using a body as a comparison point.

In these times immersive technology has become an essential channel to maintain and spark new interest during travel restrictions, getting potential customers excited about attractions and providing inspiration for real-world travel.

2D maps, Excel Spread Sheets, and PowerPoint Presentations lack the 3D data needed for fast and efficient decision making. Pure Realism removes the barriers to understanding multi-dimensional datasets, constructing immersive environments that visually represent critical data for evaluation, collaboration, assessment, communication, training, and process simulation.

CONTACT US

Thank you for your message. It has been sent.
There was an error trying to send your message. Please try again later.