Virtual reality (VR)

     The world around us has changed. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on live events and visitor attractions, leaving businesses looking for new marketing strategies to reach their customers. The traditional ways to your audience are changing.
More and more businesses are focusing on virtual to get their brands, products and services out there, to keep contact with clients and inform them about their business.
     Virtual reality (VR) refers to a computer-generated simulation in which a person can interact within an artificial three-dimensional environment using electronic devices, such as special goggles with a screen or gloves fitted with sensors. The purpose of VR is to allow a person to experience and manipulate the environment as if it were the real world.

     VR technology is used to create immersive experiences that can help instruct and even entertain consumers. VR is used in several industries, such as medicine, architecture, military, and others. VR offers us new possibilities that are increasingly used not only for the presentation of products, machines and technologies, but also for larger use in the sales department, training of operators and service technicians Instead of visiting a trade fair, visitors can find an attractive online presentation of product innovations and the possibility to get in touch and have a direct conversation in the chat.

     Products are shown with their technical information, specifications and can be discussed with specialists in the chat. Component samples and developer support can be requested directly from the virtual booth.