Virtual Reality Solutions


Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) technology brings you efficient and cost-effective psychophysics-based solutions. Using head-mounted VR devices and virtual hand controllers, plant equipment is simulated inside industrial classrooms to train employees. Fusion VR is the prominent virtual reality company in India delivering effective virtual reality (VR) solutions to address your unique challenges.

What is VR or Virtual Reality?

Virtual Reality or VR is a digitally created 3D environment which is designed to deliver a simulated immersive experience. Users will be able to navigate, perform actions and tasks in this virtual environment.

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How is Virtual Reality (VR) used in enterprises today?

Virtual Reality technology is used today by enterprises in many different ways. The applications are diverse and vary across several industries in both technical and non-technical applications.

VR helps design teams to collaborate more effectively with experts and stakeholders in real time. This comprehensively reduces the time and effort need to complete all necessary reviews with engineers across various disciplines and geographies.

VR enables enterprises to improve workforce performance and productivity resulting in reduced downtime and better return on investment.

VR training is more effective than conventional training approaches and helps create a more confident workforce. VR provides simulation solutions that can be used to train personnel in operations, maintenance, safety, emergency response, customer service etc.

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Which Industries can take maximum advantage of Virtual Reality technology?

What is the future of Virtual Reality (VR)?

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Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning

Virtual Reality Training Simulators deliver immersive, scenario-based, experiential learning. This enables engineers and technicians to learn critical skills, test and evaluate themselves to handle high-risk equipment and tools without even entering the Process Plant or Shop Floor but inside an immersive, safe and zero-consequence virtual environment.

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VR education makes learning fun. Well-designed games motivate and imbue players with clear goals, a sense of reward and fulfilment, encouraging them to persist until those goals are achieved. Applying motivational power to non-game contexts is Gamification which makes learning interesting and easier than ever.

Quick Results

Quick Results

VR transforms your employees into competent and confident individuals inheriting decades of knowledge and experience in a short duration thereby saving years of training time. PWC’s latest study indicates that VR training is 4X faster and 4X more focused than typical Class-Room Training. It’s also 3.75 times more emotionally connected with a 40% improvement in confidence.

Virtual Reality technology holds the promise to a smart future in manufacturing.
Fusion VR is India’s leading VR solutions provider with the required capabilities to fulfil that promise

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How are Museums using Virtual Reality?

Let’s begin with a simple question. Why do we go to museums?

We all visit museums with our children and by ourselves. We are enthralled by what we see and get a peek into what the past was like, how our ancestors were, what they wore, did and achieved. It never ceases to amaze us the masterpieces they created without the aid of science and technology.

The answer to the main question lies in our curiosity to know and experience what the past was like. We want to relive the past and travel back in time if that is really possible.

The bad news is that you really cannot physically travel to the past, but the good news is that you can do it with virtual reality. Yes, the magic of virtual reality enables us to experience what once existed. We can recreate a 3D digital environment and immerse you completely so that you can obtain the experience of already being there, fully engaged with all your senses and move and see and do things in all directions.

You can travel back in time to see how the Cholas conducted naval expeditions across the high seas and conquered distant lands in South East Asia or witness the heroism of Chandragupta Maurya and his battles. There is no limitation on what can be recreated and experienced in VR, which is quite truly the last frontier in museum experiences.

Virtual tours using VR are one of the most popular uses of VR in museums. Visitors don a VR headset, and the application gets launched. You are led to witness museum exhibits in close proximity, go around them and even rotate them to see them from all sides, creating a very personalised experience that is impossible in real life. Such tours are presented in breathtaking clarity and allow visitors to take as much time as they can afford to explore museum artefacts.

The visitor's experience here is really close to the experience of viewing that in person. This is very useful when certain artefacts are restricted to prevent further degradation from human contact, bacteria and excessive moisture. For example, access to Leonardo Da Vinci’s, The Last Supper, is restricted to a small number of visitors, and the painting is preserved in a controlled environment. These VR tours are as personalised as it gets in a digital museum.

VR helps to recreate digital environments lost in the passage of time using simulation technologies. How about going back to the time when the dinosaurs roamed the earth? What would be the experience of walking amongst those wonderful creatures?

This is something that can be enjoyed with VR, which no other medium can deliver. A VR museum experience is unique and quite often leaves an indelible impression.

VR exhibits can be created to help visitors virtually participate in events, and become part of the crowd when leaders deliver those famous speeches…..A tryst with destiny……I have a dream…..Ask not what your country can do for you…and much more. Gallop along with warriors, ride the high seas, and scale the towering peaks, all from the safety and comfort of your living room.

Museums such as the Louvre, The National Museum of Finland, The Smithsonian etc., are using VR exhibits to engage and enthral visitors to their museums and VR experience centres. Closer home, we have the Amma museum, Chennai and the RKM Museums across India that have commissioned creative VR exhibits. Fusion VR is a pioneer in the use of VR in museums.

A museum experience is always memorable in 3D interactive museums. More and more museums across the country need to adopt VR and other immersive technologies in museums to engage visitors and help make a museum visit an unforgettable experience.

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