What is Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality (VR) is an immersive sensory experience within a virtual space that simulates the reality. With headsets like Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear Vr or Google Cardboard, you find yourself projected in another place, whether real or imaginary, and the user can look around and interact with it.
Immersive experiences in Virtual Reality
We realize scenarios for every need, viewable with virtual reality headsets:
Spherical photos are obtained by merging multiple shots taken with wide angle or fisheye lenses; the result is a 360 degrees photographic reconstruction of a real place which, thanks to virtual reality headsets, you can visit, having the feeling of actually being on site.
The scenario is modeled in 3D computer graphics and then rendered at 360° high-resolution and adapted to be displayed with virtual reality headsets; this solution allows you to build ad-hoc environments both internal and external, both real and imagined.
Not only static scenes, but also 360° videos and 360° 3D animations. The tapings can be taken with special spherical cameras that in real-time can capture the entire environment from every angle around you; or maybe animations realized starting from 3D models.