VR trainers

VR simulators are used to practice skills in high-risk professions. User errors in VR do not pose risks to life or damage valuable equipment.

VR is widely used for training surgeons, pilots, auto mechanics, military personnel, and other specialists who require safe skill development. The cost of errors in VR is minimal.

One of the advantages of VR simulators is their affordability compared to real equipment. Imagine the expenses for equipment and fuel when training submariners or pilots in field conditions.

Tasks solved by VR simulators:

Replicate work environments and real equipment.

Train people without risking their lives, equipment, or surroundings.

Automate and scale personnel selection and qualification.

Reduce the cost and duration of training.

Minimize errors, failures, and injuries.

Improve the efficiency of technological operations.

VR simulators are used in various industries, including:

Medicine: Training surgeons, medical professionals, and students in medical institutions.

Aviation: Aerobatic training, pilot training, and engineering training.

Military: Military training, tactical skills training, and decision-making exercises.

Education: Teaching students in various fields such as history, archaeology, and architecture.

Sports and fitness: Training to improve technique and create a sports-entertainment atmosphere.

Architecture and design: Creating and interacting with virtual models and prototypes.

Examples:

Aviar flight engineer training
Aviar flight engineer training
X-ray training with GE Healthcare
X-ray training with GE Healthcare
Maintenance of petrochemical facilities
Maintenance of petrochemical facilities
DHL operator training
DHL operator training
Bridge crane operation training
Bridge crane operation training
VR simulator: work on the production floor
VR simulator: work on the production floor
Electrical technician training
Electrical technician training
VR simulator: safety in metallurgy
VR simulator: safety in metallurgy
Shell safety procedures training
Shell safety procedures training
Fire safety training
Fire safety training
Aviar flight attendant training
Aviar flight attendant training
Surgical technique training
Surgical technique training
Toyota component identification
Toyota component identification
Lincoln Electric welder simulator
Lincoln Electric welder simulator
Special forces training
Special forces training
VR simulator: work in metallurgy
VR simulator: work in metallurgy
ZEISS microscope maintenance
ZEISS microscope maintenance
Medical practice in groups
Medical practice in groups
Aircraft boarding ramp deployment
Aircraft boarding ramp deployment
Bottle production simulator
Bottle production simulator
Nursing simulator
Nursing simulator
Electrical technician simulator
Electrical technician simulator
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training
Safety techniques simulator
Safety techniques simulator
Tower crane operation training
Tower crane operation training
Parachute jumping simulator
Parachute jumping simulator
VR simulator: boat safety
VR simulator: boat safety
VR simulator: production maintenance
VR simulator: production maintenance
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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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