Virtual reality is being used in several ways by the business community to make companies more efficient and profitable.
Orbbec 3D Cameras solve one of VR’s biggest problems for business—depth awareness–making it easier to prototype mixed reality experiences ranging from VR to AR and everything in between. For example, Orbbec 3D sensors can be installed into a headset that can tell where you are in your own space, and adapt the virtual world you’re seeing in the headset to what’s around you, realistically mixing the real world with the virtual one. This helps when your business is in need of a good tool to detect design problems at an early stage so they can be dealt with sooner rather than later.
For some businesses, a fully immersive virtual reality is the way forward. They like the fact that they can use this to test drive a product in the early stages of development but without any additional costs (or risks) to themselves.
This is particularly useful for companies who produce dangerous or potentially harmful products which need to be evaluated before use. They can test their product within a virtual environment but at no risk to themselves or their employees. And virtual reality technology has advanced to the stage where it has a high degree of realism and efficiency.
Some companies use virtual reality to help with data analysis and forecasting trends in order to gain an edge over their competitors. One example of this is a system developed by researchers at the University of Warwick which is designed to help businesses gain a greater understanding of their data.
Orbbec plans to partner with several different virtual reality companies to perfect what is needed for their day to day operations. Orbbec is currently partnering with 3Divi to provide a virtual reality experience for games and developers. Stay tuned for what Orbbec has in store for your business!