Perth VR Development. With its unique ability to immerse users in a virtual but completely safe world of their choosing, virtual reality has been making tech headlines for decades. Gaming is perhaps the best known use of Perth virtual reality but its range of uses extend far beyond entertainment. VR experiences have many potential benefits across a variety of industries, which we will look at in more depth below.
VR development Perth. Our team of award winning VR designers, developers and CGI artists can help make your ideas a (virtual) reality. Whether you’d like to create a proof of concept to present to stakeholders or are ready to launch a full blown application to employees or clients then we can help. Give our team a call today and we’ll brainstorm your ideas and help formulate them into a defined plan with clear deliverables.
We specialise in building complex custom VR experiences and applications using the latest in game engine technology such as Unity and Unreal Engine. Bringing the latest in game engine functionality and features to help people experience real world environments. These platforms can then be used for a range of purposes from training and education to marketing and sales.
To list all of the immersive uses of VR is beyond the scope of this article. So, let’s focus on some of the uses most applicable to VR Perth and all of Australia. In construction, an industry where one mistake can seriously eat into profit margins, virtual reality can be used to streamline working practices. From City Link to Wellington Square and Waterbank to Elizabeth Quay by creating a virtual 3D structure it is possible to bring on board all stake holders in a construction project from the start.
It is possible to test a number of factors without the cost in time and energy of trying them out. This will reduce the number of errors in any project and decrease both costs and contingencies. It can also be very useful to test the viability of a project at an architectural level, way beyond that of a scale model. It allows anyone to experience the design, to use virtual reality to provide feedback that will create better and stronger buildings for the city of Perth, Australia.
In the world of business in Australia, immersive virtual reality can be used in a number of ways. From taking virtual tours of a business environment to 360˚ views of new products, it can help to streamline working practice, boost sales and detect problems at an early stage. Test out prototypes, train new employees more effectively and with minimal risk or use it to gain a greater degree of understanding of business data.
There are also uses of VR in healthcare and medicine, engineering, sport, media, culture and more. The list goes on and on. From virtual WA Museum experiences to immersive gaming, Perth can reap the rewards of virtual reality. But how do they do it?
Use a smartphone to allow customers to 'virtually' try an item before buying in their existing surroundings and then connect directly to your online shop to purchase instantly.
Improve safety, improve service manuals & instructions, service inspections & verification, operator & assembly work instructions, remote expert guidance and more...
Using AR to educate & train employees or students at any level of education provides an immersive, multi-sensory experience to compliment traditional methods.
With the help of internal location beacons AR Smartphone apps can help with way-finding through complex and large spaces with triggered advertising displayed en-route.
AR apps can deliver real-time information to the treatment area to support diagnosis, surgery and treatment plans plus aid remote training of staff.
Everyone needs a break right? AR games are leading the way in pushing AR technology just as VR has advanced due to the gaming industry growth.
AR apps can act as a virtual guide showcasing a property and informing the future tenant or owner of the highlights and selling points of the space.
AR teleportation apps can literally open a door to anywhere in the world allowing a customer to walk through and experience a new destination.
As you can see, the VR arrival can be a major benefit for your business. But what are the best ways to utilise its power? Thanks to advances in technology and the advent of the smartphone, millions of us now have access to a convenient and effective virtual reality portal. Which makes VR apps the perfect delivery system. Just imagine being able to reach out to your customers, whether they’re sitting in a bus on the Mitchell Freeway a train on the Freemantle line or just relaxing on the couch at home in Langford. You can transport them from wherever they are to experience an immersive world of your creation. Once they have downloaded your app you can launch them into your world.
To create a successful app you will need to keep a few things in mind. Pay attention to scale between the person using the app and the environment you create. The larger and more encompassing the virtual world you create, the more realistic the VR experiences will be. Keep a focus on spatial audio and the overall aesthetics for a more believable user experience.
In order to create a successful virtual reality app it is always best to work with a dedicated developer in Australia, such as our team here at 3D Walkabout. If you lack the expertise to realise your virtual reality app, then we can help. We will work with you to identify your goals and ambitions, using the right VR software to create experiences that engage your customers. Contact us by phone or email to find out more.
Of course, the quality, scale and scope of your VR app will affect the cost. So, just how much should you expect to pay to get the app that you want? The development process can take anything from a few months to years, depending on the complexity of the VR experiences you require. The reality is that the longer the development takes, the more it will cost.
The project will need to pass through several stages, including research, documentation, prototyping, design, programming, testing and release. A very basic VR app in Australia will probably cost between $3,000 and $9,000. If you are looking for an online VR store with e-commerce optionality, then expect to pay between $10,000 and $30,000. For a complex virtual reality render, such as those used in computer games, the price goes beyond $30,000 without an upper limit. The more detail you want and more immersive experience you require, the more expensive your virtual reality app will be.
Then there are the additional post launch costs such as promotion and marketing, maintenance and more. To find out more about projected costs for your project, contact us by email or phone to speak with a member of our staff. Based in Australia we specialise in virtual reality experiences that connect with customers, whether they want to play, shop, invest or simply enjoy your VR experience.