Just how intense could it be to step into the shoes of our Baltic ancestors and see the world the way they did? Looking-in-the-lynx-eye intense, we’ve got to know.
A project made in cooperation with various governmental institutions of Lithuania and Latvia. It’s meant to expand knowledge of ancient Baltic tribes, their territories and ways of life.
The client faced an issue – how to show their superior commercial transportation manufacturing facility for potential clients without bringing them in? VR was a perfect fit here.
A series of events were made by our client to showcase the benefits and opportunities of this hybrid type of power plant for the investors. The events took place in an empty field where the power plant was about to be built – and which tool could suit better to visualize the future of construction if not VR?
We’ve made a series of combined video/CG graphics spots, where users began by looking at the very field they were standing at and finished with a detailed fly-over, explaining and visualizing how the plant will be built and look.
KAUST is more than a regular university. This area, with a size of a little city in Saudi Arabia not only sports some impressive establishment figures, but also offers a lot to look at, especially in 360 degrees!
Gluk Media accomplished an unique project – the story about splendid Palace Of The Grand Dukes Of Lithuania from the 13th to the 15th centuries was recreated in virtual reality tour. From now on city guests and residents have an inimitable chance to learn how the Palace was build and explore the atmosphere of those early past days.
For the booth of Neringa in a tourism exhibition to stand out – Gluk Media proposed and successfully brought to life a set of VR360 photos. Visitors, while using special VR headsets were able to feel like they’re standing in the location for real.
The results were astonishing – we were able to provide an exclusive booth for the client, that was always crowded with interested visitors. And yeah, they left it with a huge smile on their faces.
As the real machine itself was too secret to show for the visitors of the Museum of Money in Lithuania – we came up with virtual reality solution for the client. After getting the brief we thought „Well, how boring a money sorting machine could be“? Judging from the reactions of users during the event – seems we’ve turned this emotion upside down.
OCULUS RIFT is the pioneer device in the VR360 field. Current version of it allows very detailed content to be displayed in addition to support for navigation in 3D space for the user.
SAMSUNG GEAR VR and other similar devices allows any smartphone to be used as a screen - bringing down the costs dramatically, removing any wires and increasing availability for the user.
Low cost CARDBOARD version of the headset is a perfect option to hand out for the users. With an experience like that - you can be sure that you have a real ambassador for your brand walking out there with a new toy to show-off for his circle.
HTC VIVE, besides impressive visual quality, ofers a freedom of movement around the scene, together with an experience of interacting with things in it via special hand-held controllers.