array(18) { ["thumbnail"]=> string(77) "" ["thumbnail-width"]=> int(150) ["thumbnail-height"]=> int(150) ["medium"]=> string(76) "" ["medium-width"]=> int(300) ["medium-height"]=> int(69) ["medium_large"]=> string(77) "" ["medium_large-width"]=> int(768) ["medium_large-height"]=> int(178) ["large"]=> string(78) "" ["large-width"]=> int(1024) ["large-height"]=> int(237) ["newsoverview_thumb"]=> string(76) "" ["newsoverview_thumb-width"]=> int(280) ["newsoverview_thumb-height"]=> int(65) ["reference_gallery_crop"]=> string(77) "" ["reference_gallery_crop-width"]=> int(600) ["reference_gallery_crop-height"]=> int(440) }

Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) is the representation of a reality in a computer-generated environment. No other technology is as on-trend at the moment as Virtual Reality. The hardware is developing at ever shorter intervals while new fields of application are opening up at a rapidly increasing pace.


Our VR team employs this technology in the following areas:

  • Experiential product presentations
  • Virtual product training sessions and instruction in, for example, use, assembly, maintenance and repairs
  • Simulation of functions, features, situations
  • Design of virtual showrooms