Virtual reality and visualisation company vr-on’s mission to ‘connect professionals in VR’ has helped to conceive Stage – a collaborative VR platform.
In numerous discussions with various decision-makers, vr-on has found that what companies really needed for their projects was a simple and secure way to work together more easily, faster and more cost-effectively.
Via Stage, teams can participate in a VR presentation from multiple locations, communicate and discuss product designs in the development phase, or view layouts in the planning phase. Other applications include virtual training and product presentations where the facilitator or trainer is in a different location than the rest of the participants.
Most Stage users are in the automotive and aviation sectors; however, vr-on has been approached by customers from other areas, such as retail customers using Stage to plan their stores; and the company is also in discussion with manufacturers of prefabricated houses and plant builders. In principle, Stage is of interest to all companies that have a great need for coordination at distributed locations and their own 3D data. Demonstrations of Stage can be seen at vr-on’s stand at ISE 2018.