VIRTUAL & AUGMENTED REALITY
What is Virtual Reality?
Virtual Reality allows a user to become fully immersed in a simulation, game or space made of a 3D and 360 degree image, environment, video or animations that they can interact with in a seemingly real or physical way. There are many different types of virtual reality headsets and input devices that allow a user to interact with the 3D world, some are quite simple with controllers that a user can hold in their hands to play games, or the user can interact with more complex devices to perform simulations.
Examples of Virtual Reality?
Virtual Reality is used in many different areas such as gaming, entertainment, training, simulation, eCommerce, construction and data visualisation, to mention a few and because of its immersive nature, a user quickly engages with the content they are a part of without any other distractions.
At Dorset Creative, we have 3D content creators and graphics programmers that can take an idea and bring it to life in a Hololens, HTC Vive or an Ocolus Rift and software developers that can work on the core of the product to integrate a content management system, user tracking or usage analytics to turn your idea into an enterprise software platform.
What is Augmented Reality?
Augmented Reality allows you lets you place digital interactive elements on top of any physical surface. This is done by a user downloading an application on their smartphone or tablet and opens up a 3D experience in the real world. Great examples of AR can involve extra content marketing via printed magazines, games that interact with the real world, training and education and more.
Examples of Augmented Reality?
We can bring your product to life and give users an interactive experience using augmented reality. It can be used as an exciting educational tool for schools or universities, real estate, medical, physical products, and much more.
Check out some of our examples below:
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