VR for Visualization
Virtual Reality (VR) is a great tool for visualization of products, exploded views of materials, and assembly practice. VR offers a 1:1 opportunity to interact with objects and visualize the products, which is especially useful in situations where the material is otherwise inaccessible or troublesome to properly display.
It is important to note that we do not expect our customers to have a complete overview of the exact VR visualization that they would like. Therefore, we are interested in being a part of the initial thoughts on your challenges, and how you envision VR to optimize your products.
After agreeing on the base parameters of the type of visualization that best benefits you, we work towards creating a prototype, which forms the foundation for the ongoing work, and can be completed in only a few weeks.
After the prototype has been established, additional communication will map and identify the further needs, enabling us to plan the project accordingly. Our consultants assist in coordinating the data needed, and gain understanding of your visualization requests and focus areas. Our programmers and UX-designers work to recreate the environment and processes, in which the virtual environment mimics the physical components as much as possible.
After finishing a product, we will work with improving and implementing changes as experiences are added from the real world.
We work with all types of hardware and software and are not limited in this capacity. We utilize whatever provides the best solution for our customer.
How Does This Benefit you?
Our work with Cobham SATCOM on their satellite communication terminal was meant to help customers visualize an otherwise heavy and physically large product in a technically detailed manner and be able to interact with it. We made this possible in both a VR, AR and 3D application.
Initially, the application was meant for marketing purposes, but can double as assembly learning, which gave customers an idea of how easy the product was to use, and the opportunity to study the otherwise big and cumbersome product. It only takes a few tries for customers who had never touched a satellite receiver dish, before they were able to correctly assemble it, resulting in a fun interactive experience for potential buyers.