AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality) have already made a huge impact on the digital landscape and it looks set to continue.
Using one of a range of headsets available, VR presents the user with an immersive experience, feeling like they’ve genuinely entered another world.
Perhaps even more exciting, AR blends the digital landscape with the physical reality we occupy.
Both VR and AR have got app and games developers hungry to find the next best way to utilise the technology, and here at Zoonou we’re making sure we’re right at the forefront of it.
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We have a growing range of VR headsets available to test on in our lab. While some of these require connection to a powerful PC or a games console, others utilise your smartphone.
- Meta Quest 2
- Oculus Rift
- Samsung Gear VR
- Google Daydream
- Google Cardboard
- Vizor Pro
Within VR apps, users are typically able to freely look around and interact with the environment at any time. Depending on the hardware used, the application may also utilise hand tracking and allow the user to interact with the experience by moving around a 3D space.
This level of user freedom and immersion can require more complex test cases and potentially result in some users experiencing cyber-sickness or motion-sickness – all challenges for a test company like Zoonou.
Whether it’s an in store demo, an interactive AR game, or an immersive VR experience, we love working on creative projects. We’re as passionate about testing interactive technology as you are about building it.
We strive to stay one step ahead of the latest trends in technology, adding new hardware to our growing device lab every month.