Stop using 2D to show off your 3D products
The days of 2D product demos are numbered thanks to virtual reality. When it comes to trade shows, sales demos, and other sales opportunities, perhaps you should be thinking virtual!
When your prospects see your products and services in a live, virtual environment, they will be blown away.
- Show dynamic, digital examples of your equipment in operation
- Use video and photography for live feeds and demos of your products
Why Use Virtual Reality
Unlike many other experiences at OTC, few will compare to the immersive experience of virtual reality. Your visitors will get to experience and see first hand how your product looks in full-scale, but also envision the use case for your product, increasing the likelihood of purchasing.
One on One Experience
While many exhibitors focus on developing massive booths, virtual reality allows you to do more with less. By bringing your visitor into a virtual environment, they will be able to experience a personalized one on one interaction with your product. No distractions.
Showcase how your company is ahead of the curve by adopting virtual reality at your booth first. Not only will having it at your booth bring a lot of attention and your visitors tell others to come check it out – but you’ll also be letting them know that your company is ahead of the technology curve.
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OIL & GAS VIRTUAL APPLICATIONS
Many Oil & Gas have two major on-going concerns.
- The growing age gap between senior employees and recent recruits. The dissemination of experience and knowledge to the younger generation is challenging, and to continue to be effective, there needs to be a way to transfer knowledge.
- With the fluctuation of oil prices effecting major parts of the organization, companies are seeking ways to reduce non-producing overhead while remaining on the forefront of safety and innovation.
PixelRocket is working with large Enterprise to solve these two challenges with Virtual Reality.
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Virtual Reality in Other Industries
It doesn’t stop at O&G. Check out the other examples of virtual reality below.
In the past, concepts like remote operations were uncanny, and improbable at best. With virtual reality, 360 cameras and improved robotics there’s no need to fly across the world to treat someone there. The implications for global health are huge, thanks to virtual reality.
The opportunities for VR in the aerospace are not unlike those in the energy sector. Displaying the world’s most incredible aerospace technology should be immersive, and jaw-dropping. Training and design also stand to benefit immensely from virtual platforms.
This is an obvious one. People want to see events like the Super Bowl, The Olympics, and local events like balloon festivals and rock concerts. Why not do so from your home? You can now, thanks to VR, no matter where you are.
With more and more people spending time in the virtual world, advertising is on the brink of being born into an entirely new platform. The old principles will apply in a new way, with all kinds of new, real-time data to serve advertising to users of all kinds.
Visualizing the supply chain can be difficult, the tools can be cumbersome, and the solutions are certainly expensive. Operating on live data is near-impossible to visualize as well. With virtual reality, this becomes 10x easier where variables can be tested against and observed in a fraction of the time to improve the supply chain drastically.
Gaming is another obvious one for virtual reality that has already taken on a massive audience worldwide. Whether it’s for RPGs, first-person gaming, puzzle games and more, the virtual world is quickly becoming one of the most interesting spaces for immersive, digital adventures.