“We are in awe of this product”
“Please tell me you have patented this”
“I’d like to congratulate Visrez on a remarkable innovation”
“This is genius, you should be so proud”
“We are truly amazed at what Visrez does”
“Just tried the VR and we cannot wait for IMEX America!”
“Our commercial team are literally fighting over this product”
“Got the VR, it’s just too cool”
“IT’S AMAZING!!! Everyone loves it here!!!”
“By the way I saw the VR last week it’s incredible, thank you”
“Our VR is ready and we are super excited, so close to reality”
“Only got it yesterday, what a super clever product”
“Congratulations Visrez, a superb product you have created”
“You have no idea how important this is to our sales team”
“Wow!! Just Wow! this is awesome”
NH Brussels BLOOM! is a design hotel in the centre of Brussels operated by NH Hotels, a leading owner of hotel properties in Europe. At NH Hotels they love to try out new technologies and the team were excited to discover our Virtual Reality product. They knew this product would be an ideal method of promoting such a unique property internationally. The completed VR App contains photo-realistic renders of all the pubic areas and event spaces with multiple set-up styles allowing the user to switch positions and set-ups as if they are standing in the room.
Here is a recording from within the VR App which is controlled by user eye-tracking.
First we produce the 3D Models without the ceiling so clients can focus on empty space to ensure it is accurate.
Next the Table & Seating objects are produced for each Set-Up Style selected.
Once the Objects have been approved we create layouts based on the capacities selected by the client.
After the floor plans have been approved we create visuals from inside the space.
Visuals can be downloaded and used for print and web campaigns by clients.
When all visuals have been approved we then incorporate all the elements into the VR build.
If your browser displays a message like this where the VR should appear it means that WebGL is not enabled in your browser.
To enable WebGL in Chrome go to Chrome://flags and scroll down to the WebGL field to make sure it is set to Enabled.
Detailed instructions for all other browsers are available here.