Easily create your own immersive content, then meet with students, trainees, or colleagues in VR.
Create learning content with 3D models, 360 degree media, and more. Create a presentation or journey through immersive scenes and scenarios.
Meet others in your secure, real-time VR presentation. Interact with objects + each other. Engage your audience to the max. Collaborate, education, or train.
Review sessions, then revise, republish, and re-use your immersive experiences - and work on them with others in your organization.
It's difficult for online classes and trainings to have a sense of space, presence, and togetherness. This is where VR can really make a difference. In Vizible, it's as easy as it is in the real world to break into small groups, raise your hand, draw, walk to the front of the room, and more. You can explore 3D models and environments, 360 degree photos and videos, pdfs, images, and more in Vizible. No coding needed.
The Vizible Presentation Designer lets you create immersive, collaborative VR experiences. No coding.
Connect to prospects on Desktop PC, HTC Vive, or Oculus Rift. Need it to work on different platforms? Reach out.
For real-time, global communication + collaboration, Vizible is lightning fast - even if you're viewing heavy 3D assets.
Vizible lets you create VR presentations with 3D models, 360 photos/videos, documents, images, sounds, and more.
You can use buttons and sensors to add interactivity into your VR experience. You can even embed avatar recordings.
When inside Vizible with others, you can use drawing tools, laser pointers, grabbers, remote controls, and more.
Captivate your students or trainees while conveying complex ideas and designs with natural ease. Use a wide array of powerful tools.
Increase learning outcomes with memorable experiences that occupy 100% of participants' attention. Interact with new media formats.
Reduce physical travel and take distance learning to the next level by meeting virtually, without compromising personal touch.
Want to read our blog post on using Vizible as an instructional design authoring tool?