Immersive, 2D of 3D
Warp VR offers fully immersive training solutions, which can be presented in 2D via a smartphone or tablet, for example. But they really come into their own when experienced in a 3D environment, through a special headset. “Everything becomes a lot more realistic, and you can really interact with your surroundings and other people you encounter there. The scenario reacts to your decisions and actions, presenting a new situation in response – which you then react to in turn,” explains Guido. “Take an emergency and evacuation scenario during a cabin fire, for example. The panic that this may cause – with all the associated pressure and emotions – can make it feel very real indeed. The effect is hard to describe even.”
Warp VR’s solutions combine two components: software and hardware. The software comprises the various programs, the knowledge base and scenarios. The hardware consists of Warp VR’s optional 3D headset, as well as resources like tablets and other devices. Users can open the training in 2D or VR format via an app. “The core of our programme is formed by software that we provide to our clients and partners. They can use this software to develop their own trainings. In addition, we offer fully developed turnkey solutions: a ‘finished product’ in other words. No matter which option the client goes for, the resulting trainings can be used to make an impact that aligns with its specific context.”
Photo: Adding a 3D headset can make a Warp VR training truly immersive: it feels like a real-life situation.