Having already built strong relationships in Scotland and had the pleasure of working with leaders in the Construction industry, we’re continuing to grow our network and showcase our breakthrough VR platform to top influencers and change makers across the UK.
After an exciting development phase and a successful launch earlier this year, we're pleased to announce that the Virtual Reality Empathy Platform (VR-EP) has been nominated for a few awards.
Healthcare and Design technology innovations have rapidly emerged ever since the rebirth of Virtual Reality. We're delighted to see that VR-EP is being recognised for its unique take on Dementia-friendly design, and the potential impact it may have on the future of our built environment.
Last year, we partnered with Edinburgh-based Architects Aitken Turnbull as well as Hammond Care Dementia Centre to develop the VR-EP (Virtual Reality Empathy Platform). The idea was to combine architectural know-how with Dementia expertise, and our CGI experience, to create a device that could potentially change how Architects & Designers approach dementia design.
Earlier this year we attended the Scottish Design Awards, hosted by the DRUM. As well as being sponsors for the event, we were excited to have the chance to showcase our immersive walk-through virtual reality platform to the guests.
Working closely with the Aberdeen Harbour Board, we developed Real-Time 360-degree videos to showcase the proposed Nigg Bay redevelopment for use on both desktop and mobile devices. These incredibly realistic videos allow the user to click and drag their mouse, or rotate and tilt their smartphone or tablet for a full 360 degree view.
The Wireframe team are attending the 2016 Scottish Design Awards as proud sponsors.
Hosted by The Drum, the awards recognise the best design talent in Scotland within the Design and Architecture industries.
In true Wireframe fashion, we'll be setting up a Virtual Reality station to allow the guests to experience our 'immersive walkthrough' platform for themselves.