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Benefits of
Immersive Technologies

Immersive Technologies are Transforming Imagination into Reality

Visualisation

Enables better visualisation with the integration of virtual 3D models.

Immersion

Brings immersive experiences to the real world where the user feels as if they’re actually part of the simulated ‘universe’.

Engagement

The high level of interactivity and engagement in these technologies enables more immersive experiences. Users ‘learn by doing’ and actively participate in the simulated experience which makes it more enjoyable and memerable.

Accessibility

Makes real-world experiences more accessible which are otherwise limited due to geographical or resource challenges.
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HARDWARE

The VR ecosystem is supported by a huge plethora of devices that differ in their capabilities and price. Learn about these different hardwares and find out which ones suit your requirement the best.
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HTC VIVE

One of the top Virtual Reality Headsets in the world, the HTC Vive offers a premium immersive experience with 6 degrees of freedom which enables movements and interactions which mimic reality to significant extent. The HMD comes with 360 degree controllers, headset tracking, directional audio and HD haptic feedback.
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HP MIXED REALITY

The new windows mixed reality headset delivers cutting-edge visual quality and superb comfort. The device also offers a more convenient set-up as it has in-built trackers and thereby eliminating the need for external trackers to be set up in the environment. The device comes at a reasonable price comparing with the other VR Headsets whilst offering an extensive range of features. Simulanis are proud partners of HP for their state of the art VR Ready Computers and HMD’s.
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MOBILE VR

The easiest way of experiencing VR, Mobile VR brings you the immersive world of VR in an inexpensive way. Enjoy 360 degree videos, simple games, basic training simulations with your phone (must have gyroscope) and a headset (ranging anywhere from $5-$50). For better experience and interactivity, try out Samsung’s Oculus platform based Gear VR or Google’s Pixel supported Daydream headsets.
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OCULUS GO

The Oculus Go is a standalone and wireless VR device making it the most convenient VR Headset in the market. The spatial sound drives built in to the headset directly provide a dramatic and immersive sound experience. Furthermore, popular applications such as Netflix and Hulu, making it the ideal VR device for entertainment purposes. It includes one controller which translates your natural movements in to VR. The interactivity is however limited as compared to the HTC VIVE and Oculus Rift making certain advanced use cases difficult to leverage.
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MICROSOFT HOLOLENS

The Hololens is a pair of mixed reality smart-glasses developed and manufactured by Microsoft. The headset projects various forms of media such as 3D holograms which you can interact with certain motion gestures. It is a standalone device which has a self contained holgraphic computer in-built. Various apps such as Skype are also integrated within the hardware.

Our Tech Expertise in Augmented / Virtual Reality

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Sensor-based AR/VR

We build AR/VR systems that gather and process data via sensors installed on various devices: headsets, mobile, cameras.

-Environment-, motion-, gesture-, noise-, depth-, light-, emotion-sensitive sensors

-Gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer

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Data visualization and computer vision

We place data in a visual context to help you understand it at a glance and discover hidden trends and patterns:

-AR/VR charts, graphs, maps
-Big Data / data clusters
-3D modelling and scene reconstruction
-Object tracking and mapping
-Interactive communication and more

Hardware-integration

AR/VR Hardware Integration

We seamlessly integrate augmented and virtual reality software with an array of such hardware accessories as:

-Cameras
-Position trackers
-Controllers: keyboards and gamepads

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Internet Of Things + AR/VR

We do further enhance AR/VR by implementing a variety of IoT hardware components: smart devices, sensors, actuators, and other.

Using Arduino, Raspberry PI, NodeMCU microcomputers and the Unity platform, we bring the best of IoT and AR/VR together.

Technologies

Unity
Unreal Engine
Vuforia SDK
Oculus SDK
GearVRf SDK
Catchoom SDK
Wikitude SDK
Kudan SDK
EasyAR SDK
iOS/Android SDK
ARKit
AR Core
Android
iOS
Windows
macOS
Samsung Gear VR
Oculus Rift
HTC Vive
Google Cardboard / Daydream
PlayStation VR
Epson Moverio
Microsoft HoloLens
Treadmills
Haptic Gloves

We're motivated by the desire to achieve.