Virtual Reality Simulation

Change your world

Enter and interact with an entirely virtual environment using a headset or computer.

Man interacting with a car using Virtual Reality headset
Female engineer using VR headset for training
Deliver 'Hands On' Training
Simulate Hazards
Conduct Virtual Site Tours
Enable Remote Collaboration
Dynamic Learning Pathways
Randomised Testing

62% of employees

say that VR would provide safe training in high-risk scenarios.

Hazardous or Inaccessible Environments
Simulate hazardous or inaccessible environments, improving safety and reducing cost.
Training people in hazardous environments carries higher risks, as well as costs due to the physical equipment required.

Virtual Reality offers a safe way to train staff how to respond to any number of different scenarios. Learners can repeat the task multiple times until they have reached a level of competence. Outcomes from the experience can also be pulled directly into your training records for compliance.
Employee completing hazardous training using Virtual Reality
Person wearing a Virtual Reality headset while on an offshore oil rig
Virtual Site Tours

Conduct remote site tours,

reducing onboarding times and improving safety.
Educating visitors on the setup and hazards contained within a specific site can cost your business time and money.

Transport users to your site from anywhere in the world and use interactive 360-degree walk-throughs to highlight key points relating to safety. Interactive quizzes and gamification can be included to enhance engagement and ensure compliance.
Remote Meetings

Bring teams together in a virtual environment to collaborate in real-time,

reducing travel costs and improving efficiency.
Flying staff across the world can be both costly and time-consuming.

Virtual meeting environments can be used to enable team members to connect instantly and visualise realistic 3D items. Changes can be made in real-time, speeding up the design process and minimising cost.
Colleagues viewing an offshore wind farm using Virtual Reality
Child viewing solar system using Virtual Reality headset
Experiential Learning

Create ‘hands-on’ learning experiences,

improving knowledge retention and reducing training times.
‘Learning by doing’ has been shown to improve knowledge retention by more than four times when compared to traditional methods.

Virtual Reality can be used to create interactive learning experiences that require the user to respond in real-time. Include feedback to show the learner where they can improve and use randomised testing to monitor outcomes.
Fuzzy Logic helped the customer through their digital transformation journey, specifically around optimising their operations.
Silva Padayachee - Microsoft
Our Applications

We've used VR to impact

Learner interacting with a machinery component in Virtual Reality
Training and Skills Development
Simulate real-world scenarios and improve learning outcomes
Practical, ‘hands-on’ training can be time consuming and expensive to implement.

Virtual Reality is being applied within businesses to create dynamic, experiential learning programmes that enable the user to put their knowledge into practice in a safe and controlled environment.
  • Create tactile learning experiences
  • Safely simulate hazardous scenarios
  • Randomise scenarios automatically
  • Track outcomes in real-time
Person wearing a Virtual Reality headset while on an offshore oil rig
Induction Tours
Create virtual site tours and reduce onboarding times
If you have multiple sites, new members of staff or new customers may not be able to access some of these areas in person.

360-degree walkthroughs mean users can be transported to the heart of a particular location instantaneously from anywhere in the world.
  • Highlight potential hazards
  • Introduce members of the on-site team
  • Integrate quizzes and gamification
  • Translate content instantly
more confident to act on what they learned after VR training
retention rate, beating out lectures (5%), reading (10%), and audio-visual learning (20%)
faster when compared to classroom training
Our Process

Three steps to implementing
innovative Virtual Reality solutions



Understand the challenge you need to solve



Design a solution tailored to your business



Roll out a solution that will transform your business
Case Studies

Impacting business outcomes

MicrosoftAnglo AmericanHVM CatapultBudweiserRenaultHyundaiNissanTransnetRocheCadbury
Our Development Tools

Technologies we use




Microsoft Azure
Common Questions

You might ask...

What is Virtual Reality?
Virtual Reality, or simply VR, is a fully immersive 3D experience. It places a user into a computer generated environment, where they can manipulate objects or perform a series of actions.
What are the different types of Virtual Reality devices?
Virtual Reality devices can be classified into three distinct groups:

• Standalone VR headsets (i.e. Oculus Quest)
• Mobile-based VR
• Computer-based VR
How is the cost of a Virtual Reality solution estimated?
When calculating the cost for a Virtual Reality project, we factor in a number of different elements:

• The complexity of the 3D environments that need to be created
• The type and number of interactions available for a user within the experience
• Whether you require specific data to then be fed into your business's internal IT systems


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Reality could transform
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