Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality

In the next few years, VR and AR are going to sky rocket in South Africa and world-wide. Are you ready?

What used to be impossible to imagine, fathom or create is becoming very possible with these technologies!

With Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality you can teleport viewers to faraway places, create virtual conferences, bring a product into someone’s home (try before you buy), create a virtual training platform OR create an interactive and full sensory experience beyond ordinarily reality.

Would you like to create an experience for your customers that is functional, playful or intuitive?

The goal of VR/AR is to expand the “superpowers” of perception or imagination for users and allow new ways to see, hear, feel and think about information, tasks and human experiences.

We have teamed up with several VR and AR experts from around the world to bring this powerful technology to our clients. Our team comprises of animators, VR and AR designs, developers, sound designers and software experts.

What are the differences between VR, AR and MR?

Virtual Reality

Virtual reality (VR) implies becoming completely immersed in an experience that shuts out the physical world. Users can be transported into a number of real-world and imagined environments. To experience VR, you require a VR headset.

Augmented Reality

Augmented reality (AR) adds digital elements to a live view often by using a camera on a smartphone. Unlike virtual reality, you don’tneed headsets, goggles or other equipment. Instead, all you need is your device’s camera and an AR app.

Mixed Reality

A Mixed Reality (MRexperience combines elements of both AR and VR, where real-world and digital objects interact to produce new environments.