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How can Virtual and Augmented Reality boost furniture and fashion export? Virsabi is part of a new project aiming to bring digitalization to these industries
Virtual Reality training is the way to go if you are looking for ways to increase the effectiveness of employee training while reducing costs and time spent.
The corona crisis has sped up the use of remote assistance using Augmented Reality. New refueling stations for biogas for buses in Danish cities Hadsund
The current situation calls for B2C businesses to rethink the way they present their products to customers. Technology offers easy ways to deal with empty
Many industries rely on specialists traveling the globe to provide technical support to local technicians. With the coronavirus limiting our ability to travel, there’s true
You’re in a classroom or in front of your computer. Somebody explains a long, complicated safety procedure to you. How much of it do you
Virtual and Mixed Reality have huge potential in offshore industries where acute repairs are costly and time-consuming, communicating with employees working elsewhere is complicated, and
Virsabi introducing guests to VR and AR technology at a networking event. The technology is mature for Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality to make an
At Virsabi, we help numerous companies enhance the learning and training of their employees through the use of Virtual Reality (VR). Interest in this type
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By Chief Product Officer, Jens Lauritsen Consumers have not yet completely adopted Virtual Reality. It’s still a bit geeky and it’s lacking quality content. Businesses,
“Where can Extended Reality (XR) create value for your business?” This week, we sought to answer this question with the help of Danish business leaders
From learning to make cappuccinos to ensuring proper handling of equipment in a food processing plant, the use of Extended Reality (XR) in the food
Virsabi has won a tender for a four-year framework agreement to deliver Virtual and Augmented Reality solutions to DSB, The Danish National Railways. The agreement
Join Felix Baumgartner in his helium balloon, open the door and look down, and follow Baumgartner as he skydives towards Earth. Virsabi has turned the
The digitalization of Danish companies is falling short when compared to neighboring countries. This project will be an encouragement to utilize better and more VR
A qualified guess is that everybody knows IKEA, and with good reason. IKEA is the world’s largest furniture retailer and holds 415 stores placed throughout 49 countries.
Virsabi’s Chief Product Officer Jens Lauritsen took part in an innovation workshop in Busan, South Korea. The workshop had participants from both Korean and Danish
The conference of 2017 was a series of amazing updates on how VR and AR are going to shape our future, and what are the
Virtual and mixed reality technology has mastered fooling our brains into believing virtual environments and the objects inside them are really right in front of us.
Companies specialising in virtual reality are turning their VR heads to East, examining the growth in China’s market. While in the West the interest in
The analysts at Gartner predicts in their top 10 Predictions for 2017 and beyond, that by 2020, 100 million consumers will shop in augmented reality. This is
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Virsabi is an Extended Reality studio. A technology house of developers and creatives, and one of the first XR dedicated companies, offering business consultancy, and technical development for the utilization of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality.