3D Model DSTV Remote Virtual Reality asset
As part of our service offering we can create the necessary 3D Models for your virtual reality project. We aim to offer a full Three Hundred and Sixty Degree virtual reality and 3d Modelling service. By taking care of all the things needed to create a successful virtual reality project we can make your life easier!
On the right-hand site (or bottom), There is a WebVR version of the DSTV remote that we created from a real DSTV remote and created the 3D Model from scratch as part of the DSTV Virtual Reality gaming experience we developed.
You can view the model, turn it around in 360° degrees and explore it from different angles. The Web and Virtual Reality is evolving at a tremendous pace, this technology allows companies to showcase their product using 3D Modelling and interaction, these models are fully Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality capable as well!
3D Model of the HTC VIVE Virtual Reality Controllers
As part of one of our virtual reality projects we needed to recreate the HTC Vive virtual reality controllers. To the left, or below you can view the 3D Model.
If you have a custom product and wants us to remodel it for you into 3D we can do it. Sometimes we found it quicker to remodel existing models as well. In many cases Agencies wants thing immediately, and to wait for the 3D Models is just not viable if needed to source through corporate systems.
Oculus Quest Virtual Reality Headset
The Oculus Quest is a virtual reality headset which were developed by Oculus. Oculus is part of Facebook. The Oculus Quest headset was first launched May 21, 2019. The Oculus Quest is a Standalone 3DOF and a 6DOF Virtual Reality headset.
We created this particular 3D Model of the Oculus Quest for a Augmented Reality experience. This model is extremely well optimized and is only 4MB in size.
Google Cardboard 3D Model
The Google Cardboard virtual reality glasses and mobile virtual reality platform was created by Google. Users can either build their own viewer from simple, low-cost components using specifications published by Google, or purchase a pre-manufactured Google Cardboard device.