NEW YORK – Virtual reality showrooms allow manufacturers to show entire product collections, individual products, and display product concepts at trade shows or through an email to end-users. And they’re on the rise.
Servicing what it says is the majority of exhibitors at NeoCon 2017, Servex-US builds these showrooms for manufacturers, along with creating photo renderings as an alternative to traditional photography.
Servex says its virtual reality showrooms allow manufacturers to completely immerse their clients in their respective product offerings – able to show all color, finish, and product options in real-time. Manufacturers can easily send clients a link to their virtual showroom.
Servex can create virtual reality on the computer, Google Cardboard, and Oculus Rift.
“With Virtual Reality businesses are bestowed with a great opportunity to inform, instruct, involve, impassion and induce customers by impacting them mesmerizingly,” the company says on its site. “Transport your clients to your virtual showroom where they can change finishes and fabrics in real time and see all your product specifications.”
Learn more about Servex virtual reality here.