VR Owl made a VR application in which police officers can practice togehter how to safely enter a building.
VR Owl can be approached for advice, support and implementation of a VR event.
RAI Automotive Industry asked us to make a 360º video for promotional purposes.
Industry: Industrial Maintenance Technology: Virtual Reality Application: Training Solution VR Owl developed a VR training application for the Oculus Quest. The student learns to apply a protective layer with a special paint sprayer. This so-called “coating” is a precise process where distance, angle and timing are important for optimal results. The training application consists of three […]
Training application where students learn how to apply a coating in precise manner. Allows the client to remotely train and certify students.
Industry: Construction Technology: Virtual Reality Application: Safety training Solution Together with SOMA we developed a virtual reality application for safety training on the construction site that consists of three parts. The student and trainer are together in the virtual environment, can see and communicate with each other through speech and hand gestures. The trainer can […]
Branch: NGOTechnology: 360º videoApplication: Storytelling Solution Islamic culture formed the basis of many inventions such as the camera, television and the technology used for airplanes. These inventions are visualised as 3D projections in the desert while a wise storyteller explains the origin. This is shown in the video to visualise what Islam has contributed to the […]
Welling Architects was looking for a unique way to present their circular station of the future at the Dutch Design Week 2020. They asked VR U to present the circular station of the future via a 360° tour.
In 2020 the National Education Museum opened the exhibition ‘Nazi propaganda for youth, 1933 – 1945’. This exhibition tells the story of the manipulation of almost an entire generation of young people.
We created a VR training for USAR where different earthquake scenarios can be simulated. The trainer can determine the impact (scale of Richter) and time of day.