We're in the business of unique experiences; taking your customers, investors, management team and employees somewhere new or to see something that may not even exist yet, to see the future and potential of your products and your business.
Over the last ten years, the technology to enable virtual reality experiences has become more advanced and much more accessible, making VR a valuable tool that businesses can use to improve how they engage with customers.
At Rendermedia, we've seen a surge in interest in the number of new customers that are beginning to understand what VR can do for their business. We help our clients to identify different entry points and ever more creative opportunities to use VR, making the best use of it as more people get the opportunity to try it and realise the how effective it can be.
We're now increasingly serving international brands in the enterprise sector in this huge growth area for the industry, using their existing CAD drawings and bringing it to life in a much more powerful way than documents, plans or even videos can.
Working with like-minded, visionary clients including Airbus, Intel and HTC Vive, we're part of the VR movement that is revolutionising the way customers can connect with businesses, by bringing virtual and augmented reality to the forefront to transform their ways of working, from product innovation and development, to marketing, sales, training and CSR.
Virtual Reality really comes into its own when a business offers products or services that cost huge amounts of time and money to produce, with a virtual experience demonstrating the value of the product in a fraction of the time and cost.
Our recent work in the Aerospace and Manufacturing sectors saw us create a fully immersive VR experience for Airbus Defence and Space, where customers can experience a range of Airbus products in Cinematic VR from travelling across the surface of Mars, to soaring 70,000 feet above Earth, to sitting in the cockpit of a plane swooping over the Brecon Beacons. Participants could even help 'unload' emergency supplies from a helicopter in a disaster zone, or be amongst a pilot landing an A350.
Airbus, HTC and many companies like them have been drawn to VR to help them engage in immersive and experiential marketing to target consumers both on and offline. With VR helping them physically and emotionally engage with customers, it's set to blow apart how we currently market products -- whatever sector you're operating in.
— Mark Miles, Managing Director, Rendermedia