How Fingent Helps
Our Virtual Reality Services
Customized VR Apps
Enhanced User Experiences
Reshaping Business Models
Business Success with Innovation
Why innovate your business with us
Consistent high-quality results with robust agile teams and dedicated QA practices
Highly cost-effective and best-of-breed solutions with no last minute surprises
Transparent project management with maximum adherence to deadlines
Our Unique Approach & Process
By initiating your project with Fingent, you get a dedicated and skilled team backing you up round-the-clock. All our processes are customer-oriented, designed to reduce the cost of business operations, address IT resourcing challenges, and offer you a competitive edge. We start with a deep analysis of your requirements and continue our relationship with post-launch support and updates.
Research and Discovery
Validating and Shaping Idea
Design and Prototyping
Testing and Quality Assurance
Maintenance and Support
Hundreds of leading businesses have derived strategic advantages from our transformative solutions.
“Off-the-shelf products in the market couldn’t accommodate our multi-party customer relations model.”
“Fingent’s custom CRM application streamlines processes for both our builders and suppliers. They even suggested ideas to maximize efficiency.”
“Fingent helped us replace our technology with a new platform solution that included ASP pages and SQL databases. “
“They’re very good at explaining things, not overwhelming us with technical buzzwords. ”
Virtual reality is a transformative technology that enables us to create a simulated environment for users to interact with 3D worlds. It uses virtual reality headsets or multi-projected environments to create distinct and realistic sounds, images and other sensations that simulate a user’s physical presence in a virtual environment.
In simple words, VR offers a fully immersive 3D experience that users can receive with VR wearables. A VR simulation requires a source of content (software) and a user device (hardware) to function. Headsets, smart glasses, multi-directional treadmills, sensor gloves, and similar tools support VR simulations. VR uses head tracking, eye tracking, and motion tracking of the user to make the simulation effective.
Augmented reality (AR) overlays (superimposes) virtual objects on the real-world environment, while virtual reality (VR) immerses users in a completely simulated environment generated by computer technologies.
You need to wear a special VR headset to experience virtual reality. But, you can easily download an AR app from your smartphone to try the technology. Special AR headsets such as Google Glass makes way to experience AR differently by displaying the digital content on a small screen in front of a user’s eye.
Fully-immersive simulations, semi-immersive simulations, and non-immersive simulations are the three main types of virtual reality.
Fully immersive VR offers the most realistic experience possible using technology, sight, and sound. Semi-immersive VR is mostly used for educational and training purposes where users get to interact with a partially virtual environment. Non-immersive VR is highly common in our everyday lives. A popular example of non-immersive VR is the video games, wherein you sit in a physical environment, interacting with a virtual one.
Cons: VR might lack flexibility when it comes to recreating an in-classroom experience as it offers limited scope for positive interactions. Additionally, the opportunity for interpersonal connection is less.