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Realism is at the core of the RiVR system. We believe in creating scenarios at photorealistic quality, and then immersing trainees into a true room scale VR simulation. We can then provide accurate and meaningful training, emotional intelligence and muscle memory.
By utilising cutting edge scanning technologies, the best hardware along with outcome driven, instructor led training, RiVR can provide training at a level not seen elsewhere in the industry
We were commissioned to provide a level 1 fire investigation training scenario for Leicester Fire and Rescue Service and set out to create the most realistic environment we could.
We dressed a shipping container up as a bedsit in the real world and set fire to it…
After it was put out, we meticulously removed every item and scanned it (taking a lot of reference photos)
Once back in the office, we converted our scans into models, had our team of digital artists clean and prep for VR, and then faithfully re-created everything in our RiVR lab.
For this scene we were asked by the client to produce a hyper realistic recreation of a crime scene, based from a real world event. Almost everything in scene can be interacted with, though the point of the training scenario is to actually interact with very little. The training requires the trainee to be aware firstly of their own safety and surroundings, to preserve life, to preserve the scene and to make judgment calls on the chain of evidence, such as “Do I answer the ringing phone”
In the summer of 2018 the team were tasked with bringing the historic estate of Compton Verney to life through the immersive mediums of 360 video and room scale virtual reality.
With its intricate frieze and ornate ceiling design the Adam Hall lent itself perfectly to our project. The aim was to have the Hall set up with its original paintings hanging on the walls like a scene from the early 1900's.
Capability brown can be seen at his desk working on drawings depicting the amazing landscape that he created on the site.
The experience will be open to the public on open days throughout the summer months and guests can travel back in time to enjoy the hall in all of its former glory.