We embrace the virtual world by developing bespoke, branded experiences for companies with Extended Reality (XR)
IAXR brings together real-and-virtual combined environments and human-machine interactions generated by computer technology and wearables to support meetings, groups, and one-on-one casual encounters. We see this as an additional tool and the next evolution of supporting a workplace by connecting colleagues in a more satisfying way as remote working becomes more widely accepted.
VR allows users to be transported to a virtual or simulated experience; their actual physical surroundings are completely excluded.
AR technology superimposes digital elements on top of the user’s physical environment. This can be done through wearable headsets such as the HoloLens 2 or experienced from a tablet device.
MR blends the digital world with the physical environment. While similar to AR, with MR digital objects are not superimposed but integrated with the user’s physical surroundings.
Bespoke Design and Branding Experiences
We develop custom environments for XR interactions that speak to an organization's brand, and allow teams to realize virtual efficiency of space. By having strategically placed conference areas, breakout zones, and private meeting spaces and more that help your team make the most of digital meetings of every size.
Training & Education Tool
Immersive learning is a growing field and XR is being used to train and educate people. This has been particularly useful when working on
complex equipment and creating simulations, and is now being applied in many fields.
Virtual Experiences, Usable Outputs
IAXR integrates into your existing workflows seamlessly. Draw, markup work, or hold daily scrums with your team using white board space, speech-to-text transcription, virtual sticky notes, and an image editing and review application. Incorporating 3D objects for direct interaction allows your teams to take things to the next level.
A Scalable Solution
IAXR can be used to bring together global teams in efficient, war-room or conference room settings, or serve as an attraction for hundreds in virtual trade shows, conferences, and all-hands meetings.