Virtual Reality (VR) VR creates a completely immersive digital environment that replaces the real world. Users wear a VR headset that tracks their head movements and displays a 3D virtual environment, often accompanied by spatial audio. VR allows users to feel present in a simulated world and interact with it through specialized controllers or hand tracking.
Augmented Reality (AR) AR overlays digital content in the real world, enhancing the user's perception of their environment. AR is typically experienced through smartphones or smart glasses, which use cameras to capture the real world and display digital elements on top of it. AR can provide additional information, interactive features, or virtual objects that users can interact with in real-time.
Mixed Reality (MR) MR combines elements of both VR and AR, allowing users to interact with both digital content and the real world. MR seamlessly blends virtual objects with the physical environment, enabling users to see and interact with virtual objects as if they were present in the real world. MR devices often use sensors and cameras to map the physical space and accurately place virtual objects within it.
360-Degree Videos Record and display 360-degree videos that provide an immersive experience to your website, visitors. This allows them to look around and explore the environment captured in the video. You can showcase events, travel destinations, or behind-the-scenes footage.
Training Simulations Create VR/AR/MR simulations to provide realistic training experiences for various industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, or aviation. This can be especially valuable for hands-on training where real-world practice may be costly or impractical.