We create Virtual Reality Experiences. Virtual Reality is the future for your projects. People won’t just get an impression but will be able to experience the quality of your projects like never before with devices like the Oculus Rift. As we have a passion for technology, The Virtual Dutch Men are always on top of new innovations. Everything that has some sort of connection to Virtual Reality will get our attention, to keep you up to date of the latest and greatest innovations.
KLM was looking for an innovative way of presenting the new aircraft and its special features to the public. The Virtual Dutch Men created the ‘Royal Dutch 787 VR Experience’.
Jacob Post, Flight Innovation Manager of KLM: “The announcement of the first KLM Boeing 787 Dreamliner was a great moment for KLM to experiment with virtual reality. The new aircraft has so many new features, so we had to look for a way to present it proudly. So, therefor we created the ‘Royal Dutch 787 VR Experience’.”
We always test our VR experiences extensively, before it goes to our clients, just to make sure that everything works. We like creating VR environments and love to actually spend time in them. Our VR Demo Suite is our favorite place to experience our virtual environments in all their glory!
Showcasing a unique experiment at the Game Developers Conference 2016! It started off as a wild idea: a true Dutch technological treat, established from a great collaboration! The experiment was a full integration of the Xsens suit and Manus VR gloves, as well as the development of a custom made Virtual Reality experience for this experiment. Read more about the GDC VR experiment!
The Dutch National Archives asked us to come up with an organized and intuitive method of presenting the archived photos to the public. We came up with the perfect solution: Photopolis. This virtual city visualizes the archived pictures and brings them back to life in virtual reality!
Dennis Voorham, project manager for Photopolis: “It turned out even better than we expected and our visitors reacted positively. I am genuinely proud of the experience!”
We love sharing our knowledge of applying Virtual Reality into your products or brand. Best practices of VR cases are very important to get an impression of what works – and what doesn’t. After all: It’s a whole new world that we have to explore together. Ever thought of using VR in your project? Want to know what VR can do for your products or brand? Visit our booths during the various events for a quick chat, or contact us and ask for the possibilities.
Oculus Connect had many surprises for us in store. One of them was trying out their latest handmade prototypes. During our stay in Los Angeles – on Saturday 20th of September – we tried out the Oculus Crescent Bay prototype as one of the very first developers to ever experience it. During this 10 minute demo we got to experience the true form of VR presence. Of course we made a review of the demos that we experienced on this awesome device.
You can watch the video here (English).
We are excited to announce that we will be traveling towards Hollywood to visit Oculus Connect, a developer conference that brings together engineers, designers, and creatives from around the world to share and collaborate in the interest of creating the best virtual reality experiences possible. Attendees will be the first to learn about upcoming Oculus technology, with sessions and workshops led by Oculus engineers and industry pioneers. Developers at the event will also have opportunities to receive design and engineering feedback directly from the Oculus team in hands-on labs.
Dutch TV host Matthijs van Nieuwkerk tried out our Woodcoaster during his talkshow “De wereld draait door” (Literally: The world keeps twisting). Yesterday it was announced that Facebook has bought Oculus VR for $ 2 billion. At the moment ‘Virtual Reality’ is nothing new, but all the predecessors to the Rift are not proven so successful. This is where the Oculus Rift is different. Experts, fans and authoritative media like the New York Times all praised the Rift. The possibilities seem to have no end with the VR goggles. Will you swim with a group of dolphins? Perform together with the Stones at Pinkpop? Or perhaps experience what it is like to fly? It’s all possible!
At the table: Alexander Klöpping to tell us whether we have to be happy or anxious about the arrival of these ultramodern goggles. You can watch the video here (English subtitles).
Dutch TV host Cilly Dartell tries out our Templecoaster during her talkshow “Studio MAX Live”. Watch her scream her way through the dark corridors of the old temple as she demonstrates what effect a Virtual Reality rollercoaster can provoke in the human mind. Dartell is accompanied by Remco Bron – entrepreneur, speaker and retailer – who explains the technology behind it. Bron has always been fascinated about how the Internet, mobile, wearable computing and everything in between has an impact on people, businesses, education and society. You can watch the video here (English subtitles).