... even more tangible examples?
We know how to tackle things.
We want to show you some concrete examples from our realized VR and AR projects and spark new ideas in you:
AR App for the LGS (State Garden Show)
The LGS Höxter app brought parts of the destroyed city of Corvey back to life in the Archaeological Park, making them emotionally accessible to visitors. Using augmented reality, 3D objects and animations were projected into the real environment through the device’s camera view. Viewers could use their smartphones or tablets to explore the AR objects from all angles, look around, and even walk through them. For example, on the Hellweg, one could discover the old house structures, the advanced paving of the time, and an animation of a horse pulling a cart along the street. Additionally, young explorers had the opportunity to find fragments in the ‘sandbox’ like archaeologists and, using the LGS Höxter app’s AR object recognition, determine which object the discovered piece belonged to. Hidden were life-sized 3D-printed parts of a spherical pot, a key, a locking pin, a horseshoe, or a penitential stone.
Virtual safety training
Through the use of a VR simulation, planning workflows, training, and preparing for hazardous work can be done in a safe environment, without jeopardizing the health of your employees.
Such training sessions or safety instructions can quickly educate employees without long commutes, ensuring that they are up to date regarding workplace safety. Work-related accidents are prevented, and unnecessary sick leaves are avoided.
Video VR – Application Examples in the Field of Safety Training.
Video AR – Using Augmented Reality for Product Presentation: In the video, we demonstrate the use of our app and showcase an assembly line along with a 3D watch.
An AR Showroom in the comfort of your own home
Give paper a new marketing touch and let your product emerge from the flyer.
Or, even before producing a new design line, conduct customer analysis and save time and money. Augmented Reality opens up new ways and opportunities for product discovery and comprehension through immersion and interaction.
In our example, we demonstrate how you can use Augmented Reality to project an animated 3D model above a flyer or try on a watch on your wrist.
VR – virtual Aerial Tour
Our example showcases a virtual flight simulation over the Edertalsperre. To achieve this, the Edertalsperre as well as the surrounding landscape were modeled in 3D, followed by a flight simulation through it.
The interactive model simulates the inflow and outflow of the reservoir.
In the video, we present a virtual flight over the 3D-modeled Edertalsperre.
Video XR – From reality, through the 3D model, to 3D printing.
Real world, from VR to 3D printing - showcasing multifaceted projects.
This example not only demonstrates the multifaceted representation of a project but also how you can project a new building, a theme park, or other landscape interventions into a real environment at an early stage.
In this process, it’s possible to insert objects in post-production in the video or in real-time through an app using AR.
3D modeling of an avatar
Here, in a timelapse, we demonstrate the creation of a 3D model of an avatar. From photo references, the face is gradually sculpted and meticulously adjusted to match the real representation.
You can see the final result of the avatar in the first video on this page.
Video XR – The Creation of the Avatar