OneCX VR

What is Virtual Reality?

Complex products often require time-consuming logistics and expensive local installation before shown in events and exhibitions. With OneCX VR from Rapid Images, products and services can be shown in virtual worlds using head-sets for a fully fledged immersive experience. 

Benefits

Spark enthusiasm and enable virtual training of your products without the physical version at hand. Virtual Reality (VR) enable customers to view products and test their features in life like immersive environments. Customers can easily be guided through different work scenarios with live feedback and interaction points to make the experience playful and fun to use.

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What can Virtual Reality be used for?

Validate your product and context

The fast and simple route to verification. Experience products in immersive virtual world with life-like behaviours.

Immersive and simulation-based scenarios

Highlight unique selling points for your product with immersive simulations and scenarios of work moments. The perfect complement to traditional marketing and sales.

Virtual Reality training

Stimulate enthusiasm and have better impact on users motivation with virtual training and engagement in Virtual Reality.

Get started with OneCX today for an effortless customer journey

OneCX Platform is Rapid Images product experience platform, it gathers all of your last-mile digital needs in one place. From digital twins and product information to the full product experience - no matter if it's for web, social media and apps, all powered by intelligent data and insights.

OneCX Platform

Effortless customer journey

Take complexity out of your every day work and stay productive.

Smart Insights

Secure smart and efficient insights for better decision making.

Success program

Stay flexible with OneCX success program.

Market support

Supper multiple markers with adaptations.

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