• Improves the cost-efficiency of productions
  • New standards for design, engineering and assembly
  • More profound experiences for marketing and communications
  • The technology for healthcare and well-being
  • Enables true virtual learning and education


Virtual reality (VR) refers to a computer-generated environment, which can correspond with the real or any imaginary world. For example, any construction project can be made virtual. This way the building or the piece of infrastructure is free for experimentation before the actual construction even begins. In VR any idea can be visualized and made interactable with for wide variety of purposes.

One way to access these virtual worlds is through head-mounted displays (HMD). To create three-dimensional experiences, the HMDs are integrated with two tiny screens, which stream slightly different video feed to each eye. The virtual interaction is possible through the motion tracking capabilities of the equipment. When creating immersive VR, the audio is of the essence. We at 3D Talo use HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR.

3D is the natural language of the human brain. VR overcomes the restrictions of 2 dimentional displays by conveying visual information in the right scale. It guarantees, that no vital information is left outside perception. With this, the quality of the work is always our topmost priority.



In different areas of production, such as construction and manufacturing, the excellence of VR lies in its cost-efficiency. The earlier VR is put to use, the greater are the benefits. Design and testing in an artificial environment equals to a fraction of the costs of the production as a whole. This way, the possible errors are eliminated right from the start. VR always speeds up the work, as the time spent at the production site decreases.

VR is inherently about interaction. It sets the ground for developing design and engineering softwares with higher value. In VR, designers and engineers are able to view and interact with different objects in the right scale. Stakeholders can join in the design and, for example, plan an apartment in all of its detail together with the interior designers.

Transforming data into information is at the center of VR. Businesses collect vast amounts of data. Along with the Internet of Things (IoT), the demand for effortless ways of handling this information is rising. Data visualization concerns the usability of building information models (BIM) even after construction.

In marketing, VR can be used in demonstrating of products to the customers. Bringing VR to exhibitions and fairs will cut a considerable part of the logistical costs of trasnporting the product itself.

In the area of well-being and healthcare, VR enables various new solutions. Most visual representations of medical imaging, for example, are available virtually. This allows nurses and doctors to have more precise information on the diagnosis and helps with the treatment. In addition, VR can be used in motoric, cognitive and neurological rehabilitations. With medical studies, virtual reality can be used as a virtual learning environment, to study anatomy and practice operations.

Contact Us, when you want to discuss the use of virtual reality in your business.






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