We have developed a virtual replica that masterfully copies the control systems and operating sequences of a real electric locomotive. Russia’s Central Suburban Passenger Company uses the simulator to train and test its train engineers.
Developed in cooperation with Project-Technika, this simulator trains auto mechanics for Ural 4320 truck maintenance operations such as installing air filters, replacing the filter element, etc. The sequence of actions is shown in localizable pop-up labels.
Demonstrates the buildings of a generic railway station, new train design, high service level, and new amenities available.
This is a high-detail 3D model of a real aircraft engine. Users get to view and examine the engine from different angles.
No dealer is physically able to demonstrate all possible configurations of the cars they sell. For these reasons, customers go from one dealer to another, looking for the car that suits them, or wait months for their “dream car” to be shipped. All salespeople are left to do is pitch cars in a particular color, with a particular interior finish, and with particular added extras. A VR car showroom, on the other hand, can let clients “assemble” the car in real time and see what they think of it.
VR is an innovative solution for demonstrating and selling your cars.
A virtual configurator allows the client to see a specific car model and pick its modification, color, and accessories in a fully immersive virtual reality environment.
New format of customer communication. Entertain your audience and let VR technology showcase the best your products have to offer.
We made a simple one-level game for Bosch, where you have to clean all the dirt and catch nasty bacteria that are hiding in the room.
BOSCH CASE STUDY:
• More than 3500 people
• More than 350 gaming sessions
• Duration: 4 days
A daring experience in the Empire Tower. Visitors put on Gear VR glasses as they enter the elevator, and the modern technology magically turns a 700-foot ascent to the Moscow City museum into a breathtaking flight over the Moscow skyline. The flight continues inside the museum: Various VR sets of the Eyes of Icarus series let visitors fly over the city’s landmarks such as Gorky Park, Zhivopisny Bridge, and others.
AN EXPERIENCE TO REMEMBER
Visitors of the Hyundai stand at MIAS-2018 spent time playing football in virtual reality thanks to the VRTech Group gaming platform. This is a computer game, goalkeeper and striker simulator; the game uses the virtual reality helmet HTC Vive Pro and the tracking system HTC Vive Tracker to track the leg movement.
The “Easy” is an unusual virtual reality game presented at one of the largest festivals in Russia by QIWI, which was invented by the Eventum Premo agency and developed with the help of VRTech Group.
You put on VR-glasses and enter a real maze with soft walls, a large arcade, where you take the place of Pac-Man. Passing through the maze, a gamer has to complete tasks, earn prizes, be sharp and deft. But it is not so easy. In order to accurately navigate in space, VR-glasses show the player himself and the maze from above. The aim is to pass through the labyrinth in a three-dimensional space of tangible reality, looking at the flat screen of the slot machine.
An art object dedicated to World Cup in Russia, a Coca-Cola Football Screen, appeared in Moscow Gorky Park. The Football Screen gave fans an opportunity to share their emotions about the tournament. They could take pictures and upload them on the screen for all to see.
The Coca-Cola Football Screen is a mirror of joyful emotions, the brightest moments of the world championship, which shows the hospitality of the nation. It is especially important that this art object combines football, creativity and a positive atmosphere - the essential ingredients of the Coca-Cola brand.
The project engages the user in the process of creating a piece of art — picking objects for a still life, adjusting the composition, choosing the colors. Whether you want to visit the workshop of a renowned master or create your own masterpiece, ArtVR makes it all possible.
Stopping by the workshop of the world’s most famous avant-gardist is just the beginning. You can then become the master and create a couple of suprematist still lifes yourself.
HOW SURPRISED WOULD MALEVICH BE TO SEE HOW FAR THE 21ST CENTURY BROUGHT US!
• Break paintings down into parts and re-assemble them to your own liking
• Add your own elements to the painter’s canvases
• We presume Malevich would love to know that art would become virtual. And that he himself would stand on the doorstep of virtual supremism.
Goncharova’s futuristic paintings are now brought over to virtual reality. Visitors can create works of art using objects lying on the painter’s tabletop.
WHAT IS THERE, ON THE OTHER SIDE OF “VIRTUALITY”?
• A full-fledged VR game based on the artist’s paintings. Users can add objects to still lifes, stylize them and create their own masterpieces.
• A neural network processes the painting in real time and sends it to a paired smartphone. Ain’t that something to show off on Instagram?
Players get to choose a tank and begin a battle in a chosen location. The game is based on the world-famous World of Tanks franchise. The target audience is adult males with knowledge of tanks.
THE GAME HAS TWO MODES:
Volunteers get inside the cube, and it won’t let them out easily. To return to the real world, they will have to pass all the tests. The goal is to make it through all the locations by solving puzzles.
RevolVR 2.0 is the next installment of PlayVR platform lease their bodies to anyone willing to take part in real Pld Western duels. The time for games is over, now things get real.
This hilarious, frantic shooter turns players into Wild West cowboys. Each character has their own unique appearance and set of lines. The player’s goal is to kill as many other players as possible.
The game’s storyline is based on the animated movie Fixies: The Big Secret. The player is reduced to the size of a Fixie using a device called Shrinker and helps Fixies cope with the disorder caused in Professor Eugenius’s laboratory by Fire.
Become a Pirate!
Protect the ill gotten gold from the hordes of nasty skeletons.
Players find themselves on an ancient Viking ship. They will have to fight two barbarian ships to stop an assault.
The game is based on a Russian blockbuster. Good for groups of two people of any age.
The game is set in an abandoned factory. Players have to rescue their friend from the laboratory of an evil scientist.
Players find themselves in the Kikoriki world, greeted by Dokko. They choose one of the Kikoriki characters and then play the game together.
The player becomes a space trooper entrapped in a laboratory on another planet. They have to destroy alien spiders to stop an alien invasion.
A competitive game for two players to test their accuracy and reactions. The goal is to score the maximum number of points.
An educational setting for a VR game. Players learn how to move, interact with objects, or shoot with weapons.
A free game is good bait for any passer-by and a chance to sell paid content afterwards. Just offer them to test their newly acquired skills in “real” virtual reality.
PolygonVR allows players to become fully immersed in cyberspace, which naturally requires a much higher level of detail and interactivity. We can develop PolygonVR games ourselves or source/supervise an external team.
This is a multiplayer shooter for players to compete with their friends, every person for themselves. The one who shoots, runs, and hides best wins.
As the game features a scoreboard, people are driven to buy more games if they lose.
Full-immersion VR shooter where players find themselves sent to a secret location they have to sabotage to free a captured spaceship and leave the scene on a rescue helicopter.
This sci-fi shooter is intended for four players, who fight together against a computer-controlled enemy.