The opportunity for extended reality (XR), whether that be VR, AR, or mixed reality (MR) is growing tremendously by the day. When combined with machine learning, it has the ability to tranform the way we interact with overselves and the world. Information demands in the field are on a rise every day with the advent of new technologies. With increased digitization, there is a always challenge to match the information gap be- tween field workers and deskbound workers. Today, the field workers need access to rich information, reports, visuals, instructions and so on. To meet such challenges Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), Mixed Reality (MR) plays a huge role in bridging the gaps.
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic".
Devices or wearable displays provide information tailored to the context and space in which a user works. The information appears as visual or audio supplements that help a worker more efficiently undertake a task. PCs, mobile phones, and tablets all are active platforms for AR, but smartglasses, and their hands-free use, will drive the next wave for AR.
Users enter and interact with an immersive digital world. Enterprises have used VR in niche training and learning applications.
A superset of AR, MR adds digital objects to physical ones, anchoring them to points in the real world.Users can then perceive physical and digital objects in the same space.
Humans direct devices through separate physical spaces in real time. Those devices could be flying drones, remote undersea exploration craft, or surgical robots.
Simulate and experience going through a critical case multiple times without actually touching the patient.
Understand the human anatomy and peculiar cases better without requiring any of the obscure cases to be available physically.
Virtual training on surgical assistance required during critical surgeries in operation theatre.
Multiple surgeon profiles on the system that are customized for individual surgeons and their preferred styles of operations.
Being a mechatronics and electronics intensive domain – we have developed special pool of engineers to get them researching and honing design concepts to be in line with the specialties
Our competencies in AR/VR include:
Redeem partnered up with a well renowned bicycle manufacturing company to develop a solution that can address the public transportation woes of the country. With the rising fuel prices and the dire need to reduce carbon emissions, a more eco-friendly solution was the need of the hour.