Cruises are popular. Cruises are trendy. But which ship out of the abundance of cruises available suits one’s respective needs and desires? GPIXS offers countless state-of-the-art virtual reality options to experience it practically live and unplugged. The application opportunities range from travel planning including booking a desired cabin to human resources, recruiting, safety and prevention.
Travel planning quick & easy
Just get on board and sail away? The Mixed Reality applications of GPIXS offer very realistic models. The respective ship is scanned from the brochure - and a realistic 3D model can be looked at and admired directly at the table. With simple clicks, the next step takes you directly to photorealistic 3D scans, in which you can move in real-time with the smartphone, tablet or through VR glasses.
Besides the pleasurable time experienced by guest, cruise ships also have a parallel world of almost equal size as thousands of employees often live for an extended period on their ship. This employee-universe also offers accommodation, restaurants, shops, gyms and many leisure activities. In times of scarce personnel resources, what enables more opportunities than engaging in a lifelike representation of the working and living environment on a ship in order to attract motivated and enthusiastic team members?
Prevention & safety
A true-to-life representation of the complex world of a cruise ship is also essential for all safety and training requirements, when it comes to time. GPIXS's detailed 3D models and three-dimensional scans can be used to simulate and provide evacuation plans for trainings and emergency situations. This enables rescue and emergency forces to be informed on time about prevailing conditions. Fast. Safe. And realistic.
GPIXS first. Under the claim “FEEL VREE”, GPIXS has produced groundbreaking models in the virtual world for over 10 years. From interactive 360-degree tours to three-dimensional scan as a real depiction of prevailing conditions. From racetracks to hotels. And from the football stadium to the Salzburg Cathedral.