Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality Presentations
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are technologies that are particularly popular in the gaming industry. These technologies blur the boundary between the real and digital worlds – and even eliminate it altogether. The possibility of immersing oneself in a new reality offers enormous potential for businesses.
Business Presentations with Virtual/Augmented Reality
Be it in medicine, logistics, the automotive industry or in marketing – VR/AR has proven to be a valuable asset. Projects can be virtually simulated, making planning more cost effective, trainees can learn safely from virtual objects and customers can be wowed by spectacular product simulations when making purchasing decisions.
In both VR and AR, applications are visualized and experienced through special glasses. In VR, the user is immersed in another reality while AR provides an enhanced real-world experience by displaying virtual representations or information.
The future looks bright for VR/AR implementation in business presentations:
Diagrams could be turned into an interactive experience – a kind of “diagram landscape”. This would enable a clear presentation of comprehensive data sets and facilitate an understanding of complex relationships.
VR presentations can take place anywhere. For example, training or conferences could be held in different virtual locations. The ability to quickly change locations would save time and eliminate real-world, physical distances.
Example — architecture: Using VR presentations, clients could view a building design as if they were physically in it. This would help create an immediate emotional bond and make the architect’s ideas tangible. Similarly, management could use VR to present the design to their employees.
VR presentations already play an important role in the field of architecture. Virtual building inspections can prevent planning errors and any resulting delays in construction.
Inspire with Virtual Reality at Trade Fairs
VR content is particularly effective at trade fair events. It’s a great way to attract attention and leave a lasting impression. For example, testing hiking boots on a virtual trail can become a real “hiking experience in the mountains”, or participants can explore a new car model without it actually being there.
In the future, companies could use these so-called “VR experiences” to analyze user behavior. A user’s line of vision can be tracked by using a real-time heatmap. This allows companies to assess exactly what details the user views as important and facilitates on-site moderators to guide the user’s view, if necessary.
A big advantage of VR/AR at trade fairs: Even if there is a lack of space and a large crowd at your stands, these technologies enable every visitor to learn about your products and services. All you need is to do is provide enough glasses.
VR/AR Presentation for PowerPoint
Are you planning to use VR/AR in your company? If so, we have the right presentation template for you: With our PowerPoint set Virtual Reality/ Augmented Reality, you can present the advantages and challenges of these new technologies to your employees and colleagues and illustrate how to successfully utilize them for your projects.