system integration and process optimization with xr technologies
By using Extended Reality (XR), processes and workflows can be optimized, such as in remote maintenance. This saves time and is good for the environment. The technology can be integrated flexibly and easily into existing IT landscapes.
virtual and augmented reality? yes please! only how?
Often, companies want to leverage XR technology for themselves, but don’t know where exactly to start. Is it the technical requirements, training, data protection or integration?
our vr integration
For us, it is important to first analyze the existing processes in order to then select the appropriate XR software and hardware. We then perform proofs-of-values and seamlessly integrate the technology into your IT and cloud infrastructure.
questions & answers on vr technology
what is vr and how does it work?
“Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-generated technology that allows users to immerse themselves in virtual, interactive worlds. The image environment, graphics and audio are particularly important here. The combination of these gives users an immersive experience. Some VR systems even enable haptic feedback and room tracking. All these functions require appropriate hardware such as VR goggles, headsets, controllers, sensors or gloves.
what types of vr are there?
VR stands for “virtual reality”, i.e. an experience in an immersive, purely virtual environment. AR for “augmented reality” describes a technology in which digital content is integrated into the real world. The umbrella term is “Extended Reality” (XR) and refers to all forms of augmented reality. “Mixed reality” (MR) stands for a combination of VR and AR. Within each of these categories, a distinction is made between different types of technology, each of which offers different experiences and is suitable for different business areas and sectors.