Welcome to Voyage Imaging
Virtual Reality has come of age and is increasingly being used for sales and marketing, insurance, construction, asset management, health, safety and staff induction purposes.
Our team can provide tailored solutions which create substantial savings in time, money and develop real business capability in areas such as sales,
Virtual Reality Applications For Your World
The Voyage team has extensive experience in using Virtual Reality across a range of businesses. Here are some areas we have used Virtual Reality to enhance business capability.
Use our mobile apps and 360 panoramic imaging to “Show People” your products, services or location no matter where in the world they may be over 70 New Zealand schools and universities now use Virtual Reality (VR) tours to recruit international students from around the world.
Let guests tour through show homes or guest rooms so they can see what facilities are available to them.
Our Virtual Training Platform and Learning Management System – Apollo allows staff to receive “just in time” information on a site, technical process or piece of equipment via mobile apps and websites. This reduces maintenance costs, mistakes, ensures a safer working environment.
Using laser imaging technology, dot point cloud images can be created of any site, at any stage of construction to provide accurate, 3D plans of the structure. ‘As is’ modelling and measurements can assist strongly in providing cost savings and reduction of variations during refurbishment and build phases.
Our site safe programs are designed to ensure visiting staff, customers, and contractors know what hazards exist and where they
VAM 360 spherical photography with Visual Asset Management (VAM) software allows remote or onsite assets or
Develop a library of events so you can show clients how your venue might best be configured to meet their needs.
Virtual Reality is a proven non pharmaceutical and non invasive method of reliving and reducing pain. Using VR captures so much of the users sensory capability it leaves no room for the transmission of pain signals from the pain site to receptors in your brain.