BattleStations Ltd produces bespoke 360-degree panoramic tours in 4K quality. Tours can be rendered for Virtual Reality showcasing, allowing users to experience an immersive space to your design. Our tours can be used to showcase structural and interior spaces, which makes them ideal for real estate. They can also be used to translate hard to reach places in non-accessible tourism locations so that people with complex access requirements can experience inaccessible spaces in VR technology.
BattleStationsLTD specialise in these fields
Health and safety
You pull a helmet over your head, and suddenly, you're inside a virtual world that seems completely Unreal. You can run around, race, fly and create in a way that gamers (or anyone else for that matter) have never done before. What was once the stuff of Hollywood fantasy has now become a reality
Modern education has evolved in many innovative ways, and we are pleased to support some of the new and exciting ways to bring experiential learning to training and classroom settings. We can showcase situational learning experiences in VR as well as offering skills-based short games that help to build situational awareness, motor skills, and creativity. We are also able to develop specialist experiences for tailor-made training packages to request.
Our VR equipment and specialist programs can be used in creative ways to support the local tourism market. We can showcase some of the highlights of historic locations and visitor attractions in 3d VR experiences, or we can loan tech equipment and our Battle-trailer to create a portable engagement space, such as a 'pop-up' digital exhibition as a temporary visitor center.
Heath and Wellbeing
Our virtual reality experience is available for all the typical gaming experiences, but we also use this technology to offer immersive mindfulness and relaxation packages designed to help people fully connect with a calming experience in a multi-sensory way. This can be helpful for people who suffer from complex mental health problems and struggle to fully engage with relaxation techniques without an accompanying sensory experience. To find 0ut more, please contact us here!
Picture a set of ski goggles but instead of miles of fresh powder, you're transported into space or underwater. The Rift accomplishes this using a pair of screens that display two images side by side, one for each eye.
A set of lenses is placed on top of the panels, focusing and reshaping the picture for each eye, and creating a stereoscopic 3D image. The goggles have embedded sensors that monitor the wearer's head motions and adjust the image accordingly.
The latest version of the Oculus Rift is bolstered by an external positional-tracking sensor, which helps track head movements more accurately. The end result is the sensation that you are looking around a 3D Virtual World.