Enterprise applications for immersive technologies are growing rapidly and on the cusp of mass adoption. Virtual, mixed, and augmented reality (known as VR, MR, and AR, respectively) are together expected to become a $108 billion industry by 2021. Vectorform's industry partnerships and cross-platform expertise can accelerate your business into new realities.

Creating Your Reality

Building for immersive platforms

“Through our partnership with Vectorform, we are able to advance our goal of offering the most effective, value-added training available in the workplace. Technicians will practice in simulated hazardous situations, all while improving task performance, enabling DTE to continue to deliver the best customer service across Michigan.”

Shawn Patterson

Vice President and Chief Learning Officer, DTE Energy

Choose your reality

There isn’t always a single right solution for an immersive enterprise application. Selecting the right combination of technologies and tools depends on your business goals, user needs and understanding the different options available.

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    Virtual Reality (VR)

    VR places the user in a simulated, immersive environment. VR systems typically consist of a head-mounted display (HMD), which completely replaces the user’s reality with a virtual one. Advanced VR systems can utilize sound, motion tracking and haptic feedback to immerse all of the user’s senses.

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    Augmented Reality (AR)

    AR presents additional digital data over the user’s real world. Digital visual and audio is layered over the user’s real surroundings. Popular mobile AR applications use smart phone cameras and displays to gather data on real world objects. The future of AR promises integration into everyday wearables like eyeglasses, to minimize the intrusion of technology without compromising comfort or functionality.

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    Mixed Reality (MR)

    MR is a hybrid of VR and AR. Interactive, simulated objects and experiences are composited into the user’s real-world surroundings, in real-time. MR also relies on HMDs to create virtual elements that seamlessly interact with the user’s true surroundings.

Our work

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    Ford Design Studio

    Using Microsoft’s HoloLens mixed reality headset, Vectorform and Microsoft enabled Ford Motor Company’s designers and engineers to view 3D holographic versions of exterior body options (e.g. side mirrors, grilles) overlaid on top of the physical vehicle prototypes.

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    Working at Heights

    DTE Energy's Virtual Reality High Consequence Training Program, Working at Heights, allows technicians to experience total immersion through realistic graphics, high fidelity interactions, and an intuitive control scheme.

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    HoloFramer

    Using gesture control, voice recognition, and HoloLens room mapping, HoloFramer demonstrates the future of Mixed Reality interactions in our every day lives. HoloFramer allows users to create holograms of photographic wall hangings, and pin them to walls to preview what their interior designs will look like.

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Why Vectorform

Vectorform’s partnerships with immersive technology industry leaders, advance access to new platforms and tools, and proven production processes enables us to create robust enterprise experiences at higher velocity. Our in-house team of designers, production artists and engineers are skilled and proven at creating exceptional interactive experiences for the world’s biggest companies and brands.

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