XR & 3D for Energy & Utilities


We are an Australian creative studio that creates ‘XR’ content and applications for the Energy & Utility sector. We us the latest in 3D, VR, AR, MR & Scanning technologies to help energy companies engage with their workforce and customers. 

XR Technologies for Energy & Utility Companies



XR technologies can provide a unique and immersive experience for staff training and customer engagement within the energy sector. With XR, employees can undergo safety training and equipment operation simulations in a virtual environment, reducing the risks of real-life scenarios and minimising the chances of accidents. Customers can also interact with virtual models of energy systems to understand their usage and impact. The technology helps utilities to reduce costs, improve efficiency and sustainability, and enhance customer experience by educating them on energy conservation and usage. With XR technologies, energy and utility companies can pave the way for a safer, more sustainable, and informed future.

Learn about the technologies we offer for Energy & Utility Companies


Using VR for training in the energy sector can help to train a wide spread, large workforce on complex procedures more effectively with reduced costs.


AR can help utility workers quickly identify and fix issues with equipment, reducing downtime and improving safety.


MR can be used to create interactive simulations of energy systems and processes, allowing workers to visualize and manipulate virtual elements in the real world for more effective training.


3D rendering can be used to create detailed virtual models of energy infrastructure, allowing workers to better understand and visualize the complex systems they work with.


3D web can be used to create web-based training tools for energy and utility companies, allowing employees to learn complex procedures and equipment operation in a virtual environment.


3D scanning can help improve the safety and efficiency of energy and utility facilities by creating digital twins for maintenance and repair simulations, reducing the risk of accidents and downtime.