RealPano is our customized platform for 360-degree photos and videos. They are an engaging and immersive type of media content which has gained popularity in recent months with the likes of Facebook, Google and Youtube. It allows the viewer to move around the camera without limits, giving them control of what they see.
Our RealPano platform is special, as we can add “hotspots” in your 360-degree panoramas. These are like the links between different types of media in one panorama. This can make your content not just a normal panorama, but a port of various information that viewers can see.
Our RealPano can be added with various media types:
- Quizzes (for assessment)
Depending on our demand, our content can be deployed in various platforms:
- HTC Vive
- Scorm/Tin Can (compliance for web)
A Safe Environment
Our success story starts from the core idea is to reduce the risk during job training. Training can be sometimes hazardous, especially in heavy industries with high risks of injuries. Bit Space Development commits to developing highly interactive, VR training environments which simulate the real job site, and provide real practices for trainees. Learners can be hurt in VR following false actions, but they do not in real life. VR training simulators can help learners gain the required knowledge and understanding of the subject matter without physically being in a real and harmful environment.
VR technology offers us an innovative way to simulate the real-life situations. It can be developed to simulate the way to operate an excavator, emulate the work of a machine, or simply to let trainees discover the new job site without being there physically.
Paper-based learning is still important, but tends to be boring these days. Virtual reality is more immersive that engages and excites learners with interactions. This creates a fun and effective learning environment that shakes up the learning and development industry, especially for learning in which interactions are the core.
Virtual reality is a great choice for trainings where resources are scarce or the equipment is too expensive. By modelling your equipment, thanks to the scanning technology, you could develop a training program to the trainees that will enable them to interact with it, follow best practice procedures or carry out fault finding scenarios, without having to be in the real job site. The developed models can be re-used forever without being re-scanned and re-built up. This can save you tons of expenses for future training app development.