Immersive Displays

Immersive displays come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes from the head mounted displays, cylindrical and spherical screens to cubic environments such as CAVEs

 

Cylindrical

REME Museum Interactive SV(R) Simulator
REME Museum
Interactive SV(R) Simulator
VETS Reality Room University of Salford
VETS Reality Room
University of Salford

This is an ideal system for immersion of multiple participants. It can be scaled depending on audience numbers. In the left hand image shown here, the 7m wide simulation is being controlled by one person using two joysticks. Up to 20 others can view the scenario unfold.

 

 

Mobile displays

Mobile Curved Display
Mobile Curved Display at
Renewables UK
Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers Defence School of Electronic & Mechanical Engineering
Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers Defence School of Electronic & Mechanical Engineering

For event launches, trade shows, R&D or public engagement portable systems can be purchased or hired.

 

 Spherical

Havelock Reflective Room
Havelock Reflective Room
Abraham Guest, Display Pod Interior
Abraham Guest, Display Pod Interior

Spherical screens can be designed for single occupancy encompassing all peripheral vision making a truly immersive experience. They can also be scaled and re-orientated i.e. tilted, for multiple occupancy such as a planetarium.