VR can be experienced in a number of different ways. We develop desktop, mobile, Android and iPhone apps for a range of VR headsets - including Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear and Google Cardboard.
But VR also works brilliantly on tablets and mobile devices. We've even mapped virtual 3D experiences to the 2D Web, using the power of the Internet to maximize exposure and distribution. Where both VR and AR get really exciting is real-time user interaction.
Need a green-screen for the exhibition space? Why not drop potential clients into a photorealistic virtual experience that they'll never forget.
You want to track passing delegates at the Trade Show? Let's put them on a huge monitor and grow real-data marketing-related thought-bubbles from their heads.
The only limit is our imagination.