VR simulators

VR simulators are used to create a virtual environment that simulates the real world. This saves time and money on preparing training facilities and equipment, while eliminating the consequences of mistakes and other risks.

VR simulators are essential for training surgeons, pilots, military personnel, drivers, and for simulating dangerous and complex working conditions. Training operators of production lines and machinery is safer and more cost-effective in VR.

VR simulators are also convenient for design purposes, as they accelerate the process and reduce costs for prototyping.

Tasks solved by VR simulators:

Simulation of real-life situations, practice in a safe and controlled environment.

Analysis and optimization of processes, testing ideas, and predicting outcomes.

Improvement of skills and preparation for actions in real-life settings.

Replacing real equipment and machinery with virtual replicas.

Creating virtual prototypes, calculations, and evaluations before implementation.

VR simulators needs for:

Training and practice: In medicine for surgeon training and operation simulations. In aviation for pilot and military training. In industry for operator training and simulation of working conditions.

Simulation and research: In medicine for disease simulation and research of new treatment methods. In industry for process simulation and production optimization. In science for exploring various scenarios and predicting outcomes.

Enhancing safety: In industry for training in safe conditions and simulating dangerous situations.

Design and development: In engineering and design for creating virtual prototypes and testing functionality and ergonomics.

Entertainment and games: In the entertainment industry for creating interactive games and virtual attractions.

Examples of VR simulators:

VR simulator: aircraft maintenance
VR simulator: aircraft maintenance
VR simulator: crane operation
VR simulator: crane operation
VR simulator: submarine operation
VR simulator: submarine operation
VR simulator: oil and gas industry
VR simulator: oil and gas industry
VR simulator: forklift operation
VR simulator: forklift operation
VR simulator: shooting training
VR simulator: shooting training
VR simulator: police operations
VR simulator: police operations
VR simulator: virtual shooting range
VR simulator: virtual shooting range
VR simulator: radiography
VR simulator: radiography
VR simulator: navigation at sea
VR simulator: navigation at sea
VR simulator: Cat® bulldozer operation
VR simulator: Cat® bulldozer operation
VR simulator: Airbus control
VR simulator: Airbus control
VR simulator: arrest tactics
VR simulator: arrest tactics
VR simulator: hostage rescue
VR simulator: hostage rescue
VR simulator: rescue boat operation
VR simulator: rescue boat operation
VR simulator: aircraft boarding stairs operation
VR simulator: aircraft boarding stairs operation
VR simulator: piloting an aircraft
VR simulator: piloting an aircraft
VR simulator: welding metals
VR simulator: welding metals
VR simulator: combat tactics training
VR simulator: combat tactics training
VR simulator: mining operations
VR simulator: mining operations
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Production Conditions:

Specialized computer software, such as the Adobe product line and the Unity Engine game engine, is used to create virtual 3D models and photorealistic locations.

Before starting the work, the team studies the client’s industry and gains a thorough understanding of the key aspects before proceeding with production.

The work begins with the formation of a technical specification and commences after its approval, signing of the contract, and payment of the deposit.

Development time: from four weeks.

How much does it cost?

Versus Games studio creates VR solutions for any task, from unique to universal, so pricing is individual.
The cost is calculated according to the terms of reference. Our approximate prices are:
Pilot
From $ 7 000
Simple solution

You are probably trying VR/MR for the first time. You need a simple or pilot product. The budget is very limited. You have an idea that needs a test prototype. Your industry doesn't use VR/MR yet and you want to be early bird.

Standart
From $ 15 000
Extended product

You understand how the product should work. You have ready-made requirements for features and functionality. There are references or examples that can be used. Probably you need to port your solution from another platform to VR/AR.

Advanced
From $ 25 000
Advanced system

You are familiar with VR/AR and know what you need. You may need to associate VR/AR with a specific SaaS or local infrastructure. The project involves technical complexity or a lot of work, or you want something unimaginable.

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