At trade shows, the competition can be fierce. Exhibitors are shoulder-to shoulder with other big names in their industry, trying to catch the attention of a shared audience.
Augmented & Virtual Reality is an interactive experience combining real and virtual worlds. A device, such as your phone or wearable glasses “augments” what is already a real world image, with an extra layer of digital animation. Through AR, you can create an experience that appeals and connects to a visitor on an emotional and physical level. Of course beyond that aim, there are also other benefits of using this immersive tech, such as for sales, implementing creative ways to showcase products & services and enhancing user engagement & understanding.
Showcasing products at a trade show can be difficult for some industries. At car shows for instance, companies require hundreds of square feet to display all their vehicles at an event. Lugging all your cars to an exhibit and paying for a large venue space might just be too impractical.
The Immersive VR tour invited guests to put on a HTC Vive VR-headset and be transported on a multi-sensory journey to Jim Beam distillery in Kentucky and participate in bourbon production
The world’s first interactive showroom Tesla with a choice of car modifications: color, wheel diameter, engine type, interior color, interior modification
Mobile emotive approach to differentiate Mercedes services creating content around a “Quality in comparison” theme. This AR App clears out the working mechanism to the engineers attending the trade show
Virtual Reality development of full-size 3D scenes based on the client’s brand book and references, creating animations, writing and mixing soundtracks, rendering scenes for Vive Focus virtual reality glasses.
Based on the internal data of the automated system for managing the mining and transport complex, a multi-platform solution was developed in the form of an application for the touch panel, a web module for the site and an application with augmented reality for the iPad.
The Client IBM is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Armonk, New York, United States, with operations in over 170 countries. SAP SE is a German-based European multinational software corporation that makes enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations The Challenge Create a «digital twin» — an augmented and virtual representation of a uranium mining enterprise located in Kazakhstan across its lifecycle, using real-time data to...
Individual AR/VR projects tailored to the customer needs featuring elaborated scenarios, simple solutions and unique mechanics
Manual high-quality modelling process grooming geometric data for 3D computer graphics
Mobile App Dev
Easy-to-navigate apps, interactive branded mobile games in augmented reality delivering a prompt solution to customer needs
Failure-proof projects tested and improved to perfection in design, experience and functionality