Virtual Reality

How can you benefit from Virtual Reality?

Virtual Reality is another way we can deliver serious games. Bigger impact using the highest level of immersion for users.

Developing small and large interactive experiences, we give people a taste of what they couldn’t even dream of.

There are different entry levels into the world of virtual reality to suit every need, which one is best for you? Each option has it’s benefits…

You have to experience it to understand how immersive it is
Nick Galaxy 3D Character Artist
A woman checks a pair of Vive Virtual Reality goggles, produced by Taiwan's HTC, during the Gamescom 2015 fair in Cologne, Germany August 5, 2015. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, runs from August 5 to August 9. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach  - RTX1N5FQ

HTC VIVE

We have the VIVE and it’s awesome! The high end option, a powerful PC drives the virtual reality headset to give you the best experience out there.

Benefits:

  • PC delivers larger experiences with high end graphics and bigger worlds.
  • Highly accurate controllers to internal with the virtual worlds.
  • Positional tracking allowing you to physically walk and look around the VR worlds.
Gear VR Virtual Reality

Samsung Gear VR

The middle ground option that delivers a more solid mobile virtual really experience, we love it! Still using the high end Samsung Galaxy handsets with a dedicated quality headset.

Benefits:

  • Dedicated hardware for a much more solid and quality experience.
  • It’s mobile, no wires attached. Easily portable internally or to customers.
  • Compatible with a game controller.

Google Cardboard

The cheapest entry point but still packs a punch, see what we’ve done already. You now have the power of virtual reality in your pocket, your mobile phone! With the addition of a cardboard or plastic headset you have a mobile virtual reality experience.

Benefits:

  • Perfect for short learning experiences.
  • It’s mobile, no wires attached. Easily portable internally or to customers.
  • Cheaper, therefore great for group learning.
  • You save even more money if your staff and customers already have adequate mobile devices.

What have we been up to with Virtual Reality?

Take a look for yourself…

Digital Drinks Salisbury just happened and it was great!

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Can virtual reality help to train non techies?

Training Carers A recent project I worked on was to create a virtual world whereby carers could put themselves into the shoes of an elderly person with frailty. The idea was to help the carer empathiz