A UK-based SME offers a service where presentations in standard formats are turned into 3D scenes. These scenes operate in real-time and can be used for a virtual tour of buildings, sites, products or processes. This enables projects to be presented in an interactive way, making them more immersive. The SME is looking to enter new geographical markets and is offering its service to partners under an outsourcing or subcontracting agreement.
In many businesses, success is dependant on getting key messages, concepts and ideas across to key stakeholders, be they customers, investors or collaborative partners. Very often this is in the form of a presentation. While this is useful in terms of getting across information and messages conventional media used for these presentations has limitations. For example they are not very good at showing what a project or product would look like in real life. This is important in certain sectors, for example construction or architecture.
A UK-based SME has developed a service whereby they take a presentation or other files from a partner and use their platform technology to turn the visual information in to 3D real-time navigable scenes. These scenes can be used in a presentation to enable a virtual tour, making the presentation interactive and more immersive and so making the information disseminated more relevant to the audience and therefor more effective. The technology created allows for these interactive 3D presentations to be viewed on Virtual Reality headsets.
The UK SME has worked with several companies and is now looking to enter international markets with its service. They are looking to collaborate with industrial partners in multiple sectors where visual information in a virtual format would be beneficial, including architecture and constructions. It is envisaged that these partnerships will take the form of outsourcing agreements or subcontracting agreements.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The UK-based SME is looking to partner with companies operating in a variety of sectors although the technology has been most applied to the architecture and construction sectors. The SME will provide their services to partner companies in developing their content and turning it into 3D scenes. It is envisaged that these partnerships will take the form of outsourcing agreements or subcontracting agreements.
The UK-based SME's services have the following advantages:
Works with multiple file formats and operating systems.
Enables presentations to be turned into an interactive immersive experience.
Rapid turnaround and relatively inexpensive.