There are two options within our stand alone VR that may interest you, they are:

  • Augmented Reality, that is, computer generated images or scenarios. This type of training is ideal for use with an AR Cube where a 3D image is placed in front of the trainee and they hold the cube behind the 3D image. The 3D image then attaches to the cube and the trainee is able to rotate the 3D item and inspect it. particularly useful for items that would generally be prohibited in the classroom, such as pipe bombs and other explosive devices. We find this type of training works well for organisations that have contracted security guards as a means of ongoing training. 
  • 360 degree virtual worlds, created off real world footage. During this application, the trainee places the VR headset on and is immersed into a real world situation, with real footage. The trainee can look around, hear and see, as if they were right there in the environment. This is useful for training in environments that would otherwise be impracticable or for role playing, where each trainee can place VR on and go through a scenario without requiring the ongoing use of roll players. We also use this to immerse media liaison officers into a media conference without actually being at a media conference. 
Standard 3D image of a pipe bomb.