Virtual Reality (VR)
VR is the process of creating computer-generated environments and allowing the user to immerse themselves within the scene. With the inclusion of sensor feedback, it provides a real world experience for sales and planning purposes. Allowing the user to experience something that is yet to be built or do not have access to, reduces the risk of re-design and costs for training personnel.
Mixed Reality (MR)
MR allows digital and real-world objects to co-exist and interact with one another in real-time. It requires an MR headset and a lot more processing power than VR or AR such as Microsoft’s HoloLens which allows you to place digital objects into the room you are standing in and give you the ability to spin it around or interact with the digital object in any way possible.
Augmented Reality (AR)
AR is an interactive experience using a combination of real-world and computer-generated visuals. We aim to bring a more engaging experience for training and maintenance procedures for engineers by allowing them to see real-time 3D information overlaid on a product, modernising the traditional print based manuals into a more user-friendly engaging way.