A VR-based project that raises awareness of safety and helps kids learn about hazard identification in various scenarios. This is a co-work project between Change Makers, Bit Space and our local partner Zenfri.
We have built an interactive solution for businesses to do safety training in room scale VR using the real job objects. We aim to making it ultra immersive and achievable, while engaging users real life scenarios.
Using VR technology and a tracked monopod we are able to simulate the feeling of grasping objects in real life. This can further enhance the practice of the flag person training program.
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 2085, Manitoba Construction Sector Council and Bit Space developed a series of VR resources for youth and new entrants in construction.
A project between MCSC, MHBA and Bit Space to provide the proper identification for confined space work and what precautions to follow therefore proactively aiding in the prevention of incidents.
We worked with St. John's Ravenscourt School to create a virtual tour that provides an immersive experience for prospective students to take a virtual walk around the school area before their official visit.
We helped Red River College build a virtual campus tour that features signature buildings at the Exchange District Campus. We hope to bring an innovative and immersive experience for the prospective students.
In partnership with Zenfri, we developed a first-of-its-kind AR "Fossil Discovery Adventure” App that allows visitors to Morden’s Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre to have an awesome fossil hunting experience.
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Cinémental, Manitoba, we created an AR App that features a unique, location-based poster hunting game that tells a story of our festival in Winnipeg.
Trades Town is a board game developed by Bit Space and Manitoba Construction Sector Council to educate and promote to kids and young student groups about different careers in trades, mostly in Manitoba.
This 2D game is a joint project between Bit Space, Manitoba Construction Sector Council and Manitoba Homebuilders Association to raise awareness of the workplace safety and health issues in scaffolding.
Fall Protection focuses on the daily needs of the employee including information about the different types of fall protection, what PPE to use, emergency procedures and how to calculate fall clearances.
During their internship at Bit Space, Maples MET students were encouraged and guided to create an interactive experience, which put their knowledge acquired in the programming course into practice.
The Safety Conference is an annual safety event held by the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba. We came to exhibit our RealPano in safety training, and made a quick virtual tour of the site.
A game developed in partnership with Manitoba Construction Sector Council to accompany the flagger safety course, aiming to aid students in learning the skills required to become a flag person.
Using mobile VR and a wireless gamepad users can experience driving through a job site in heavy machinery. The objective is to avoid obstacles and other machines, successfully driving around the site.
Using the Microsoft Hololens we brought a life sized excavator to the classroom. Stand next to a functional excavator as it digs and moves. This application was demonstrated at Web Summit 2016.
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