Below is a breakdown of the types of immersive technologies we specialise in.
360 degree video, also known as cinematic VR, involves the filming of real people and environments using specialised 360 degree cameras. We use the highest quality gear including the Insta360 Titan and the Kandao Obsidian R. This experience immerses a viewer in a very lifelike environment and story, but limits the amount of interactivity possible.
This form differs to cinematic VR in that the environment is CGI (computer generated imagery), and therefore allows a user to move in the virtual environment. This is done either by physically moving in the real world (which is called "roomscale"), or using a controller to move, similar to a computer game. Controllers also add a degree of interactivity, allowing point-and-click functionality and the ability to pick up virtual objects. We offer Unity & Unreal rendered VR experiences for VR training.
The newest of the virtual reality environment types, volumetric VR is also known as videogrammetry. This discipline originates with photogrammetry, the process of digitising the real world to create a hyper-realistic virtual environment that the user can experience while walking around physically to translate
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