Virtual reality (VR) refers to a computer-generated environment, which can correspond with the real or an imaginary world. For instance, we can bring any construction project into virtual reality. This way any building or complex is free for exploring and experimentation before a single brick has been laid.
With our technologies and methods, we can create whole new worlds or turn the existing ones into a digital form. We can render in 3D buildings, manufacturing plants, landscapes, forests, urban areas, furniture, machines, HVAC-systems, 2D and 3D blueprints, MRI and CT images.
Three dimentional simulation in 1:1 scale
Realistic motion sensing interaction
A whloesome audio visual experience