3D / VR / 360 Videos
A standard 360 degree video (monoscopic) 2D VR is a flat, equal-angled video displayed on a sphere. Think of it like face of a map pn earth, but in VR, your head looks inside the world. As you move, the tracking of your VR headset moves with you, the feeling of being in the place is artificially formed due to the lack of depth perception.
(Stereoscopic) 3D VR can add another level of immersion by adding depth between the foreground and background. Stereoscopic (3D) 360 degree video technology was created using same "bio-engineering" we use daily to see the world through our own eyes.
The reason we can determine the depth of the environment we are in and "feel" our reality is that we look through two separate lenses, simultaneously using both of our eyes together to experience the next image. (world view)
Stereoscopic (3D) 360 video tech also uses a dual-lens configuration that gives you the opportunity to view moving images - video at a true depth that is not possible with a single lens.
- (3D) 360° Video – Videos taken from the selected point can be viewed sequentially
- (3D) 360° Interactive Video – You can view videos taken by navigating between the selected point with the option.
with our 2D 360° degree video service, it is possible to visit different points within the factory
Virtual reality simulation that can be experienced with VR headsets and real time interact with objects
Software application that integrates digital visual content into the user's real-world environment via smart phones and tablets