Augmented & Virtual Reality
Merging digital and physical worlds to create immersive experiences
Mixed Reality: The third wave of computing
The technology revolution started with PC’s, then moved to smartphones, and now mixed reality is emerging as the 3rd wave of computing. Augmented and virtual reality (mixed reality) are empowering completely new methods of engagement with the world around you or your workforce. The technologies can deliver improved customer experiences, streamline operations, engage an audience, and provide more efficient employee training.
Virtual Reality Experiences
Productive Edge has built exciting games, fan engagement for professional hockey teams, educational experiences in the classroom and plant floor, and thrilling rides at tourism destinations using the power of virtual reality.
Remote Assist & Collaboration to First Line Workers
Drive digital transformation across your first-line workers, an audience traditionally underserved by tech. Allow local technicians to solve problems in real-time with the help of remote experts. Overlay guidance and training in view while remaining hands-free.
Space Planning and Optimization
Experience room layouts in real-world scale, and allow for editing the designs of physical spaces without all of the time, cost, and planning necessary with physical prototypes
Enhance learning with step-by-step instructions that help employees learn new skills 4x faster on average! With AR, you can also remotely record, monitor, or assist the trainee.
New Product Development & Prototyping
Visualize products using mixed reality and collaborate on products in a real-world environment.
Product Sales Enablement
From the minute a prototype is available, enable your sales teams to get feedback directly from their customers, or allow them to visualize product within a client’s space.
Mobile Augmented Reality leverages mobile devices to deliver reality-based services and functions with a mobile phone. The inception of iOS ARKit and Android ARCore has supercharged the ease of bringing AR into a mobile app. They use the phone’s camera, GPS, touch screen elements and other sensory and motion detectors to integrate real images, videos or scenarios within them.