Safety is the highest goal when driving a car. GPIXS’ countless state-of-the-art virtual reality options offers many opportunities to experience practically any driving situation to work out solutions, from the drivers’ as well es from the passenger’ seat – live or unplugged. The applications range from 3D models of entire driving safety centers, 360° instructional videos to three-dimensional scans of buildings and surrounding conditions. All this is brought together in a practical app to access topics from skidding to braking to steering.
Just get in and speed up? The Mixed Reality applications of GPIXS offer very realistic models. Entire driving safety centers are scanned away from the brochure – and a realistic 3D model can be admired directly at the table. With simple clicks, the next step takes you directly into photorealistic 3D scans, in which you can move in real-time with the smartphone, tablet or through VR glasses. Also 360-degree videos can be controlled directly to offer solutions for various driving situations.
How long is the braking distance when it rains? How do I avoid skidding and steer controlled through a curve? And how does my car behave on ice? Many questions, realistic answers. A wide variety of instructional videos regarding braking, steering, skidding, driving on icy roads and much more, simulate all imaginable challenges from the drivers’ as well es from the passenger’ seat in 360-degree quality. The corresponding solutions for the correct driving behavior are offered. The user can rotate 360-degrees in the video and view the situations from every possible angle to perceive and understand them holistically.
The detailed 3D models and three-dimensional scans from GPIXS allow all buildings and other construction measures in a driving safety center to be displayed most accurately and thus be perceived by the user in a realistic manner. Either through the Internet or app, it is possible to start online at any time.
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.