You’ve got a product that the world needs to experience. It might be too big to transport, or you want to get consumers “into the room” with it before you can get it onto the showroom floor. The real experience can never be replaced, but it can be complemented. Give consumers the opportunity to see microscopic detail on a canvas, discover unique selling points without being distracted by a pamphlet, and see it in action.
VR uses multisensory inputs like sight, sound, and touch to heighten engagement, understanding, and retention. Platforms are both fixed and mobile, so you have options to suit your needs.
Types of VR