Virtual sermons right in the comfort of everyone's home
Human holograms with the Officiant being “present” in the room
Participation with the congregation and feel like part of the whole community
Engaging content and personalization with a simple application
Daily and weekly services that will never be missed
Special holiday services with a special added touch that Augmented Reality can bring to everyone
Custom design: let our designers create the perfect experience for your students and members and take them on a journey previously unimaginable
Personalized learning: make your learning fun, engaging, and easy for participation
Make it unique: build your agenda to punctuate your groups with featured conferences and teachers
Break off into small groups: easily go from a classroom setting into breakout discussion groups
Encourage networking: with contact buttons and chat features, students can choose how they want to interact. They can even jump on a private Zoom (or other conferencing tools) session in one click!
Never miss out: Family members, friends, and associates will never again have to miss an important life event or let travel or personal situations get in the way.
Make it more memorable: Record your Wedding, Confirmation, or any other major event immortalized and available for later viewing.
Amazing augmented reality applications: Appear as a human hologram that can practically be touched by all who view you.
Distribute live and/or pre-recorded video during your virtual gatherings and enhance them
Never cancel again: Virtual networking can be done from anywhere any time and means you can meet more people this way.
Dating, social events, mingling, and networking: The possibilities of engaging with other like-minded individuals has no limit. Live your destiny!
Say goodbye to boring flat photos and say hello to truly engaging content. With 3D/AR, everyone from investors to clients can see and experience core samples or products from every angle. And with the ability to zoom into these assets, you can examine the smallest of details and features. Who would want photos when you can have better with 3D/AR?