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Virtual Reality (VR) is the representation and perception of reality in a virtual environment with the help of VR glasses. Our 3D technology forms the basis for the creation of virtual spaces. The Virtual Reality applications can switch to VR mode with just one click. You can immerse yourself in the virtual world with the help of popular VR systems such as Google Cardboard, Oculus, HTC Vive or Microsoft Mixed Reality. Even with a smartphone and mobile mini VR glasses, the digital experience is possible.
Tourism and culture
Travel back in time with VR applications.
Architecture and real estate
Visualize new construction projects, view real estate virtually.
Experience trade fairs, sports broadcasts or concerts live from home.
Optimization of product development with virtual prototypes, ordering of spare parts.
Product presentation in virtual reality showrooms.
Immerse and interact with computer games.
VR Software in Marketing
Virtual reality is not only fun for gamers. The immersive technology can also be used as an effective marketing tool. A VR Showroom lets you present your products within reach - cost-efficiently and digitally. With our software you can design your virtual showroom individually. 3D models, flyers, posters and films can be freely integrated. With VR glasses, your customers can fully immerse themselves in your brand and company world and explore it interactively. But even without the appropriate hardware, a digital showroom provides a unique 3D experience.
3D Space Viewer: Our Virtual Reality Application
With our 3D Spaces you can create your own world in virtual reality and make it easily accessible to your customers with our 3D Space Viewer. Just open the browser and create your very own VR experience. For the use of the VR software no installation is necessary and the used end device does not need any special equipment. So really everyone can enjoy the full benefits of Virtual Reality. This is possible because we attach great importance to keeping the amount of data as small as possible and to use as little computing capacity as possible.