Experience a new era of Mixed Reality Aided Engineering! Mixed Reality provides a modern, natural and effective way of understanding complex 3D structures and devices.With HoloEngine, you can see an engine floating in the air. You can start the engine, change its speed and even peek inside to see how the pistons work. The app allows you to move, rotate, and even resize the engine in your environment, but you can also use your own feet to examine it from every direction. Use gestures or voice commands to control the engine.
We built customized VR helmets for this project to play 360videos with aviation content. The motion enhanced seats are syncronized with the footages and the seats are simulated as you were in the airplane
You can experience these virtual flights at RepTar Military Aviation Museum from September 2016.
360world's team was participating on the 1st Google Tango Hackathon and we came up with a winning augmented reality concept. We have slightly modified the Durovis Dive headset to fit the Tango phone and furnished a glass meeting room as an aquarium.
By opening the phone's camera and the use of some smart shaders you could walk in the virtual environment while being aware of your surroundings.
We were taught how to use our hands for writing.
We were taught how to use our hands for scrolling the mouse.
We were taught how to use our hands for typing.
We were taught how to use our hands on touch devices.
We got used to watching content on TV sets, displays, tablets.
Let us show you something new!
We had a gigapixel game in mind for a long time and we are really proud to take part in creating the first one for Paramount Pictures.
Dubai has one of the most amazing cityscapes in the world so the project was just perfect.
Enjoy the new Mission Impossible game!
ZoomCity is an interactive platform where we display geolocated content channels on a gigapixel cityscape.
We have created motion controlled virtual tour in 2010 with Airwall, but this time using Microsoft's cutting-edge sensors we could go one dimension further.
Players can zoom in and out by stepping forward or backward while they can pan around on the image using their hand. Once you zoom to a sight with an icon a description window opens.
A few months ago we were asked to photoshoot the 20 most significant paintings of Hungarian National Gallery.
The project has two episodes: "Zoooom in - the essence is in the details" let you discover high resolution photos of the paintings while "Interactive journey in the world of paintings" introduces 4 artists and highlights their symbols on the paintings.
The images have been uploaded to Google's Art project and also displayed on an interactive touchsrceen board. It is truly an amazing experience to "touch" the painting.
An interactive application with 3D visualizations on a 60 inch touchscreen plasma in your showroom is the perfect tool to engage your future clients.
Gigapixel photos were shooted from a 43 meter high crane and CGI render layers were inserted on top of it.
With additional virtual tours you can step into the buildings and have a look around.
We have designed and developed an HTML5 website with CSS transforms for the leader mobile tour guide application - PocketGuide.
The site is connected to PocketGuide's API so the content is always synchronized and up-to-date. It is designed to be comfortable on tablets, touchscreen devices, MAC and PC as well.
Tag yourself on this super high resolution photo of the Hun-Ned football match, share your picture on your Facebook and win!
A viral campaign for football fans imagined by FourFourTwo magazine, developed by 360world and Response with the support of Microsoft.
People got used to aerial imagery by Google or Bing Maps but this project is something different.
5 times higher resolution than current Gmap means an incredibly detailed photo mosaic of Budapest Zoo.
Find the polar bear, the zebra or the red flamingos in this interactive microsite.
Pushing the boundaries of current technology is always an exciting challenge. How do you handle a 320 Gbyte image?
After months of testing we have decided to go for a world record size gigapixel image.
With the support of our great partners - Microsoft, Sony and Epson - we have managed to put together a project which had 1,4 million visitors from 214 countries and 25k likes in the first 2 weeks.
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