We can apply VR (Virtual Reality) to build virtual booths, where a company displays its main products and launches and allows the user to interact with all these components and even get in touch with the company’s sales representatives and even be redirected to an online purchase.
The application of VR for the construction of virtual stores allows users to have a pleasant experience when interacting with the products on display. The details of each product and their respective prices are easily shown to the user. Another interesting option in this context is the use of Augmented Reality (AR) for a more detailed display of catalog items.
Virtual fairs and events
The application of VR for the construction of events and virtual fairs allows the user to have an immersion experience similar to the physical world, giving the user the possibility to navigate between booths and interact with companies, exhibitors and even other users.
Have you ever thought about creating a museum to exhibit works, paintings and other artifacts in a completely virtual format?
With this format, the public can interact at any time with the exhibition, viewing information, images, videos and other materials within the space.