December 7, 2023
Personal Efficiency vs. Company Efficiency While Working Remotely

Over the past two years, my role as Head of Delivery at Qualium Systems has exposed me to the dynamics of remote work. Remote work is a nuanced topic, with varying perspectives on its advantages and challenges. Some view remote jobs as a

August 18, 2023
Elevating Hospitality: Evolution of VR in Hotels

Today, modern technologies provide incredible opportunities in numerous areas, including the hotel business. This technology creates a deep connection between the guest and the hotel, overturning the usual idea of hospitality. Virtual reality allows you to surprise guests with immersive unique experiences that are not only exciting but also facilitate the activities of the establishments themselves. In this article, we’ll look at how virtual reality revolutionizes the hospitality industry and helps to deliver unparalleled guest experiences. Exploring Diverse Dimensions of VR in Hospitality There are several main areas where virtual reality is most often used in the hotel industry, including virtual tours, staff training, and VR entertainment.  Enhancing Guest Experiences through VR VR hotel tours are one of the most popular directions where virtual reality is typically when dealing with  hospitality. Before checking in, guests can take a trial visit to the property in VR to assess the hotel environment. This technique will help to better understand where exactly they want to stay, in which room, and whether this hotel meets the requirements. “One of the reasons why VR marketing has taken on a viral tone, arises from the fact, that guests will be provided with a hands-on point of view when making an important booking decision. Using such technology clearly illustrates that the property in question is keeping abreast of the latest digital trends. Today, VR tours can be easily placed on an online platform, through the rise of cost-effective software packages,” according to Keystone Hospitality Property Development. For example, the Atlantis Dubai Virtual Tour shows future customers what the hotel looks like, starting with the exterior and ending with the appearance of the hotel rooms. The experience was filmed in the 360o format. Thriving Frontier of VR Entertainment in Hotels Once your guests have checked into their hotel rooms, they should receive high-quality entertainment offered by the hotel chain itself. These can be virtual reality rooms for guests to spend their free time. For example, the Polish spa resort Czarny Potok also has a virtual reality room where visitors can play various games in VR headsets. In addition, virtual reality can be used as a preview of real entertainment available. Before your guest tries, for example, sightseeing, they can get a preview of a tourist destination they could go to. Consider a VR tour of the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. Read also: Virtual Tours of National Parks. Discovering Nature’s Beauty through AR and VR Navigating Future of Hotel Reservations through VR Another area of virtual reality that is developing in the hotel industry is VR booking. Similar to virtual sightseeing, a user can see the chosen vacation spot for themselves, though the range of possibilities of VR booking is wider.  So, a VR headset user sees a digital globe of the Earth in front of them and decides on the point where they want to go. Next, they interact with a 3D model of the plane, which clearly shows the seats that can be reserved. Moreover, there is an opportunity to rent a car and choose the price of this rental. With virtual booking, users can select a payment method by scanning and adding a digital credit card. Virtual booking from Amadeus IT Group provides such options to users with VR glasses. VR’s Role in Transforming Hotel Staff Training In the hotel industry, virtual reality is used not only to serve customers but also to improve customer service. Virtual reality training, which fully reproduces the real work environment in digital reality, is an effective tool to improve the efficiency of hotel staff. For example, the Best Western Hotels chain recorded a 71% decrease in the number of customer complaints after the introduction of VR training. Virtual training is already used by the famous Hilton network. In this training, employees use VR headsets to immerse themselves in the digital space that reproduces the hotel.There, they perform various tasks typical for the hotel staff: cleaning the room, preparing a cart with lunch, and checking in guests.    The integration of virtual reality marks a revolutionary step towards improving the guest experience and redefining the hospitality industry. With the introduction of virtual reality in hotels, guests are no longer limited by physical boundaries. Virtual tours of hotels and attractions allow them to go on exciting journeys and explore these places without leaving their homes. Once a decision is made, users can completely organize their own trip through VR booking in a gamified form. Virtual reality in the hospitality industry has also paved the way for more comfortable and faster service with the help of VR training for hotel staff. The combination of technology and hospitality has created a new dimension of travel planning where potential guests can virtually walk through hotel rooms, imagine their stay, and make informed decisions. Image: Freepik

July 4, 2023
Qualium System Congratulates our American friends on Independence Day!

🎉 Happy 4th of July from Qualium Systems! 🇺🇸 On this day of American independence, we at Qualium Systems extend our warmest greetings to our friends, clients, and partners in the United States. 🎇 While we are a Ukrainian IT company, we recognize and appreciate the spirit of freedom and innovation that the 4th of July represents. It serves as a reminder of the power of determination, courage, and the pursuit of excellence. As a technology company, we understand the importance of collaboration and diversity. We are grateful for the opportunity to work alongside our American counterparts, contributing to the growth and success of businesses on both sides of the globe. Today, we celebrate the bond between our nations and the shared passion for advancements in the IT industry. Together, we create opportunities, drive innovation, and shape the digital landscape of the future. Wishing you a day filled with joy, unity, and the spirit of independence. Enjoy the festivities, fireworks, and celebrations that make this day truly special. 🎆 Happy 4th of July to all our American friends, from your partners at Qualium Systems! 🙌 Image: Pixabay

June 23, 2023
WebXR: The Secret Weapon for Driving Engagement and Sales in Your Marketing Campaigns

This article was written by our CEO Olga Kryvchenko and originally published on Linkedin. To get more biweekly updates about extended reality, subscribe to Olga’s XR Frontiers LinkedIn newsletter.  As the world continues to shift towards a more digital landscape, it’s becoming increasingly important for businesses to embrace new technologies in order to reach their audiences. One such technology is WebXR, which can be a powerful tool for marketing campaigns. In this article, we’ll explore why WebXR is good for marketing campaigns, as well as some of the limitations and potential issues that businesses should be aware of when implementing this technology. First, it’s important to understand what WebXR is. WebXR is an open standard for creating immersive experiences on the web, using technologies such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). This means that users can access these experiences using just a web browser, without the need for additional software or hardware. So why is WebXR good for marketing campaigns? There are a few reasons: Engaging experiences: WebXR can create immersive experiences that are more engaging than traditional marketing methods. By allowing users to interact with a brand in a more tactile way, businesses can create more meaningful connections with their audience. Reach: Because WebXR experiences can be accessed through a web browser, they have the potential to reach a wide audience. This is particularly important in today’s global market, where businesses need to be able to reach customers around the world. Novelty: WebXR is still a relatively new technology, which means that it has a novelty factor that can make marketing campaigns stand out. By using WebXR, businesses can create unique experiences that capture the attention of their target audience. However, there are also some limitations and potential issues that businesses should be aware of when implementing WebXR into their marketing campaigns. Here are some key considerations: Performance: WebXR experiences can require a lot of processing power and memory, which can lead to performance issues on some devices. Businesses need to ensure that their experiences are optimized for performance and can be accessed on a range of devices. User Experience: As with any new technology, WebXR experiences can be difficult for some users to understand or navigate. This means that businesses need to carefully design their experiences with user experience in mind, and provide clear instructions or guidance where necessary. Accessibility: While WebXR experiences can be accessed on a range of devices, they may not be accessible to users with certain disabilities. Businesses need to ensure that their experiences are designed with accessibility in mind, and provide alternative options where necessary. Security: WebXR experiences are accessed through a web browser, which can pose potential security risks if not properly secured. Businesses need to ensure that their experiences are designed with security in mind, and use secure protocols to protect user data. Compatibility: WebXR is still a relatively new technology, which means that it may not be compatible with all browsers or devices. Businesses need to ensure that their experiences are compatible with a range of devices and browsers, or risk limiting their reach. Cost: Creating high-quality WebXR experiences can be expensive, and may require specialized skills or software. Businesses need to carefully consider the costs associated with creating WebXR experiences, and whether the benefits justify the investment. These are just a few examples of successful WebXR apps. As the technology continues to evolve, we can expect to see more innovative and engaging experiences that drive engagement and business success. “Sneaker Try-On” by Shopify: This WebXR experience allows customers to virtually try on sneakers in augmented reality. By using their smartphone’s camera, customers can see how the sneakers would look on their feet before making a purchase. The app has been successful in driving engagement and sales for Shopify’s clients. “The Wild Immersion” by The Wild Immersion: This WebXR experience is an immersive wildlife documentary that transports users to different habitats around the world. The experience has been successful in raising awareness about conservation efforts and promoting eco-tourism. “Lens Studio” by Snap Inc.: This WebXR experience allows users to create their own augmented reality filters for Snapchat. The app has been successful in driving engagement and user-generated content on the Snapchat platform. “Glasses Fitting App” by Qualium Systems: This WebXR experience allows users to try on virtual glasses in augmented reality. By using their smartphone’s camera, users can see how the glasses would look on their face before making a purchase. The app has been successful in improving the user experience for customers and driving sales for glasses retailers. In conclusion, WebXR can be a powerful tool for businesses looking to create engaging and immersive experiences for their customers. However, it’s important to carefully consider the limitations and potential issues of WebXR, including performance, user experience, accessibility, security, compatibility, and cost. By designing experiences with these considerations in mind, businesses can create effective and successful WebXR campaigns that reach their target audience and drive business growth. Image: Freepik

June 22, 2023
Sailing the Seas of XR Development: Five Strategies for Maximizing Efficiency on a Budget

This article was written by our CEO Olga Kryvchenko and originally published on Linkedin. To get more biweekly updates about extended reality, subscribe to Olga’s XR Frontiers LinkedIn newsletter.  Embarking on an Extended Reality (XR) development journey is like setting sail on an exciting voyage into the future. However, it’s crucial to understand what you’re getting into financially before you start. When it comes to the costs, there’s more to it than meets the eye. Hardware is your first mate in this journey. You need high-performing computers, VR headsets, AR glasses, and a host of other devices for testing and development. Depending on the size of the beast you’re taming (i.e., the complexity of your project), the hardware can eat up a good chunk of your budget. Then there’s the software crew. You need to equip your ship with various development tools, game engines like Unity or Unreal Engine, and other software for designing, coding, and testing your XR application. Don’t forget to factor in any licensing fees you might encounter along the way. Let’s not forget the human element. Your crew, including designers, developers, project managers, testers, and others, need to be compensated for their efforts. Depending on the technical skills your project requires, personnel costs can climb. Finally, the unexpected expenses – the pirates of your budget voyage. These can include training for your team, travel expenses for meetings, the cost of permissions or certifications, and any other surprises that might pop up during the development journey. But remember, being cost-efficient in XR development isn’t just about trimming the fat. It’s about making smart decisions to use your resources effectively and deliver a top-notch XR application. Knowing these costs allows you to strategically allocate resources, make well-informed decisions, and ultimately increase your treasure trove – the return on investment in your XR projects. Now, let’s talk strategy. How do you get the most bang for your buck in your XR development journey? The Lean Approach: This method is all about minimizing waste – whether that’s time, resources, or effort – and focusing on delivering maximum value. In the world of XR, this could mean creating a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) first with only the essential features, and then improving based on user feedback. Existing Tools and Platforms: Why reinvent the wheel when you can stand on the shoulders of giants? There are several XR development tools available that can help reduce costs. Plus, many of these platforms offer tutorials and community support, which can speed up development and cut down training costs. Outsourcing vs. In-house Development: Think about your project’s complexity and your team’s skills. Would outsourcing tasks or even the entire process be more cost-effective? Or would developing in-house save more pennies? Weigh your options carefully. Agile Development Principles: Agile is all about flexibility, iteration, and continual improvement. This approach allows teams to quickly adapt to changes, learn from each cycle, and reduces the risk of expensive mistakes or unnecessary features. Prioritizing Features: Not every feature needs to be in the first release of your app. Prioritize based on user needs and business goals. Start with an MVP and add more features in subsequent updates based on user feedback. Setting sail in the sea of budget XR development isn’t always smooth sailing. It’s filled with potential pitfalls. But knowing these challenges and strategies to avoid them can be the difference between sinking and sailing to success. Common mistakes include underestimating costs and time, neglecting user testing, and trying to include too many features at once. Make sure you invest time in planning, include user testing at various stages, and prioritize your features to avoid these blunders. And remember, while being cost-efficient is important, don’t sacrifice quality. A poorly executed XR app can sink your reputation. Invest in good design, thorough testing, and continuous refinement based on user feedback. Also, consider this: when you’re on a tight budget, it can be tempting to cut corners. However, it’s crucial to maintain the balance between cost-cutting and producing a high-quality, engaging XR experience. It’s like maintaining the balance of your ship in stormy seas – you need to manage your resources wisely while ensuring your XR app is an experience users will love. As we drop anchor on this guide, it’s clear that embarking on an Extended Reality (XR) development journey can be an exciting, yet challenging adventure, especially when budget constraints are part of the equation. However, with a clear understanding of the costs involved, the adoption of cost-efficient strategies, and an unwavering commitment to quality, successful XR development is entirely achievable even within a tight budget. Remember, it’s not just about cutting costs, but smartly allocating resources and leveraging existing tools and methodologies. It’s about being lean and agile, prioritizing effectively, and being wise in choosing between outsourcing and in-house development. But most importantly, it’s about maintaining a balance – a balance between cost-cutting and quality, between innovative features and user needs, and between your ambitious vision and the realities of the development process. In the end, the seas of XR development may be unpredictable, but with careful planning, strategic decision-making, and a learning mindset, you’re well-equipped to navigate these waters successfully. So here’s to your upcoming XR journey – may it be filled with innovation, efficiency, and a whole lot of success. Image: Freepik

June 21, 2023
The Future of Marketing: How XR Technology is Transforming the Customer Experience

This article was written by our CEO Olga Kryvchenko and originally published on Linkedin. To get more biweekly updates about extended reality, subscribe to Olga’s XR Frontiers LinkedIn newsletter.  Working in the XR industry for about 4 years, I’ve had the opportunity to work with a variety of marketing agencies looking to incorporate XR technologies into their marketing strategies. While these technologies can be incredibly powerful tools for creating immersive, engaging experiences for customers, it’s important to approach them with a clear plan and a solid understanding of what they can do. If you’re considering incorporating XR technology into your marketing strategy, here are a few tips to keep in mind: Understand the technology: Before implementing any XR technology, it’s important to have a solid understanding of what it is, how it works, and what it can do. This will help you choose the right technology for your specific marketing campaign and ensure that it is used in a way that makes sense for your client and their target audience. Set clear goals: When incorporating XR technology into a marketing strategy, it’s important to set clear goals for what you hope to achieve. This might include increasing brand awareness, driving engagement and interaction, or improving the overall customer experience. Having clear goals will help you measure the success of your campaign and make any necessary adjustments along the way. Choose the right platform: There are a variety of different XR platforms available, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. It’s important to choose the platform that best aligns with your client’s needs and goals, as well as the technical requirements of your campaign. Create engaging content: XR technology can be a powerful tool for creating immersive, engaging experiences for customers. However, in order to be effective, the content you create needs to be high-quality and engaging. This might include creating interactive product demonstrations, immersive brand experiences, or virtual tours of a physical location. Test and iterate: As with any marketing campaign, it’s important to test and iterate your XR strategy to ensure that it is delivering the desired results. This might involve running A/B tests to compare different versions of your XR experience, gathering feedback from users, and making adjustments based on that feedback. Consider accessibility: While XR technology can be a great way to create immersive experiences, it’s important to consider accessibility when designing your campaign. This might include ensuring that the experience is accessible to people with disabilities, as well as making sure that it is optimized for different devices and internet speeds. Stay up-to-date: XR technology is constantly evolving, so it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in the field. This might involve attending conferences, reading industry publications, and staying connected with other professionals in the field. By keeping these tips in mind, you can create powerful, effective XR experiences that drive engagement and improve the overall customer experience. If you’re looking for help getting started with XR technology, feel free to reach out to me for more information! Image: Freepik

June 14, 2023
VisionPro on the Horizon: Why MR App Development Doesn’t Sleep

Imagine you’re standing at the threshold of Apple’s new XR headset release, eyes keenly following the stock market reactions and your inbox buzzing with LinkedIn updates about Unity’s burgeoning open positions. The anticipation is almost tangible – it’s like the tech industry’s equivalent of awaiting the final season of a blockbuster TV series. But alas, the actual release isn’t due until next year. Does this mean we press pause on developments? Absolutely not! You might wonder, “Why not take a breather?” The reason is straightforward: MR (Mixed Reality) app development waits for no one. If the groundwork is laid properly now, adapting our apps for the VisionPro release later will be as easy as swapping out smartphone cases. The secret weapon here is experience with the Unity engine. Companies fluent in this technology will navigate VisionPro development with an ease and agility akin to a seasoned marathon runner approaching the home stretch. Having experience with ARKit? That’s a bonus akin to having an extra energy gel in that marathon. And there’s more! Early access to VisionOS SDK is like getting the keys to a treasure chest. It offers an exclusive chance to study, tinker, and try out the first elements of emulation. It’s an opportunity to dive in and get your hands on the technology of tomorrow, today. Previous encounters with MR devices like Magic Leap, HTC Vive, Pico 4, and HoloLens 2 also offer invaluable insights. These devices, with their distinct programming languages, offer lessons in MR app development that are as comprehensive as they are diverse. They serve as a practical guide to the symphony of MR tech. When it comes to eye-tracking, gesture control, and voice control, it’s like we’re in a familiar neighborhood. Experience from working on platforms like Meta Oculus and HoloLens 2 instills confidence, despite the anticipation of some subtle differences with the upcoming VisionPro. However, the fundamentals will likely stay the same. So, to all XR enthusiasts out there, keep those VR goggles firmly in place and maintain the momentum of your MR app developments. While Apple’s new XR headset is an enticing frontier, there’s a lot to be accomplished in the meantime. And when VisionPro does eventually launch, you’ll be primed to embrace it with open arms and innovative apps. Image: Apple

May 26, 2023
Virtually Realistic or Reality-Challenged? Unmasking the Graphics Conundrum in Standalone VR Headsets

This article was written by our CEO Olga Kryvchenko and originally published on Linkedin. To get more biweekly updates about extended reality, subscribe to Olga’s XR Frontiers LinkedIn newsletter.  Virtual reality (VR) has been making headlines for ages, and the invention of standalone VR headsets like the Meta Quest 2 and HTC Vive Focus has untethered us from our clunky computers. But there’s one burning question on everyone’s mind: Why do VR apps look like they’ve time-traveled from the 90s? The culprit? Standalone headsets have to cram all their gizmos, like batteries, processors, and memory, into a fashionable face-hugger. Consequently, they can’t quite flex their graphical muscles like their desktop counterparts. These headsets come with mobile processors that, bless their hearts, try their best but can’t hold a candle to beefy desktop CPUs. Plus, limited RAM puts a damper on their dreams of breathtaking visuals. Another hiccup is that standalone VR headsets often sport lower-resolution displays, forcing developers to squeeze out every last pixel of quality. To keep things smooth and enjoyable, they might also prioritize performance and battery life over graphics, resulting in visuals that are more reminiscent of a potato than a Picasso. But fret not! There are ways to soup up VR apps for standalone headsets. Just look at Nintendo Switch games, where simplified graphics still spell success. As of December 31st, 2022, the top-selling Nintendo Switch games include Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. These games prove that less can be more, even when it comes to graphics! And with WebXR technologies, developers can create virtual experiences for the web that even basic PCs can handle. Take, for example, our WebXR Las Vegas Strip app, which brings the glitz and glamour of Sin City right to your phone/PC – it’s like having your own pocket-sized Vegas vacation! As tech gets better and better, we’ll soon see standalone VR headsets with graphics capabilities that’ll knock our socks off. In the meantime, developers can jazz up their apps using the tricks up their sleeves, ensuring users have a whale of a time in the virtual realm. And hey, there’s good news on the horizon! New Qualcomm chipsets and Apple’s M3 generation promise to pack a punch, giving VR headsets the performance boost they’ve been craving. The future of VR is looking brighter by the minute, and soon we might be laughing at the days when standalone headsets struggled to bring our wildest virtual dreams to life. Image: Unsplash

May 24, 2023
From Pages to Pixels: Navigating Best Books on Metaverse and Its Groundbreaking Impact

In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, the concept of the metaverse emerged as an innovative vision of the future. With its potential to transform industries and our vision of modern technology, the metaverse has captured the interest of many innovators, entrepreneurs, developers, enthusiasts, etc. As the metaverse and conversations around the technology gain momentum, it is quite important to understand the ins and outs of this phenomenon. That is why we offer you a list of interesting books where you can discover various insights and strategies that will help to make your digital universe successful and profitable. The Metaverse Handbook: Innovating for the Internet’s Next Tectonic Shift by Scott “DJ Skee” Keeney and QuHarrison Terry The Metaverse Handbook by Scott “DJ Skee” Keeney and QuHarrison Terry explains the nature of the metaverse, its history, and successful use cases of the technology. In addition, the book also touches on aspects of NFT, Blockchain, XR, and Web 3.0. Scott “DJ Skee” Keeney is the founder and CEO of DXSH and Chief Metaverse Officer at TSX Entertainment. QuHarrison Terry is a well-known entrepreneur and author of another successful manual, The NFT Handbook. Also, his works have been translated into 9 languages and have been included in the charts of a considerable number of well-known publications, including WIRED and Forbes. The Metaverse Handbook also offers the reader new strategies and opportunities that the metaverse provides.  The book is written for professional digital developers, business leaders, and creatives who work in the field of digital technologies. The book is available on Amazon. Into the Metaverse: The Essential Guide to the Business Opportunities of the Web3 Era by Cathy Hackl Into the Metaverse: The Essential Guide to the Business Opportunities of the Web3 Era by Cathy Hackl is a guide for those who want to use the metaverse for business purposes. Cathy Hackl is a Web 3.0 futurist and strategist who works with a wide range of companies. Hackl is also the co-founder and head of the metaverse department at Journey, which works with many well-known brands. You can read more about Hackl and her achievements in our article about influential women in the field of XR. Into the Metaverse Guide describes in detail the metaverse and its importance to businesses. The book also gives insights into how you can profit by understanding the concepts behind this technology, including games, artificial intelligence, synthetic media (images, texts, videos, sounds, and other AI-generated content), and spatial computing. The book also tells how to manage the business in the metaverse, using the example of industries that have already successfully implemented this technology (fashion and marketing). The book is available on Amazon. The Metaverse: And How It Will Revolutionize Everything by Matthew Ball The book by Matthew Ball tells about what the metaverse is, how it arose, and describes already successful use cases of virtual networks which use the principles of the metaverse (Fortnite, Roblox, Minecraft). Matthew Ball is the former head of strategy at Amazon and the author of a number of essays and books about the metaverse. In particular, the book The Metaverse: And How It Will Revolutionize Everything received a lot of positive reviews from professionals, including Tim Sweeney, head of Fortnite at Epic Games, and John Richitello, the head of Unity. This book is also recognized as an international bestseller in the USA, Canada, The United Kingdom, and China. This book is a collection of essays where the author provides a comprehensive explanation of the metaverse, explores the role of blockchain, Web 3.0, and NFTs, and predicts which major players will dominate the metaverse. The Metaverse: And How It Will Revolutionize Everything is written for professionals in the field of the metaverse and enthusiasts interested in the development of this technology. The book is available on Amazon.  Step into the Metaverse: How the Immersive Internet Will Unlock a Trillion-Dollar Social Economy by Mark van Rijmenam In Step into the Metaverse by Mark van Rijmenam offers an insightful discussion of how the modern world will gradually change with the introduction of the metaverse, as well as the challenges business leaders, customers, politicians, and those interested in the new technology will face. Dr. Mark van Rijmenam is a future technology strategist, digital speaker, and founder of Datafloq, a one-stop source for big data, blockchain, and AI. The book opens a debate about the possibilities of an open and interoperable metaverse and explores the great and hidden potential of different types of entertainment in the metaverse, including music, sports, and games. The book also reveals the latest methods of how brands can interact with customers in the digital space. Another important topic that is raised in the book is the problem of security in the immersive Internet and how to deal with data leakage, impostor avatars, and adjust the rules of using the network. The book is available on Amazon.  What is the Metaverse?: The Virtual Future In A Guide and the Best Cryptocurrencies To Invest in 2022 by Peter Zakin The book What is the Metaverse? by Peter Zakin explains why the metaverse is the future of today’s technology and describes the case of Meta trying to create his own metaverse. Peter Zakin is a co-founder of Macro and an investor in Upfront Features, a company that invests in early-stage technology companies. The book What is the Metaverse? covers in detail such topics as the metaverse, NFTs, cryptocurrencies, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0, VR/AR, virtual real estate, purchasing virtual lands in the metaverse, and more. The book is available on Amazon.    The selection of books mentioned above offers a variety of thoughts, ideas, and strategies that will help the reader better understand the metaverse and its basic principles. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a developer, or simply interested in the technology, these books will provide you with the resources to deepen your understanding of the metaverse and prepare you for future work with it.

April 21, 2023
Unlocking the Benefits of Outsourcing VR Development

Today, virtual reality technology is in active development and has already found its application in different fields, from manufacturing to healthcare. Meanwhile, VR solution development requires the presence of a professional team of specialists, that not every company can afford to hire.  In this case, outsourcing the development process to another company is a more convenient solution. In this article, we’ll highlight the key advantages of VR outsourcing and why it’s becoming more popular in business. Flexible and Cost-Effective: How VR Outsourcing Can Transform Your Business One of the most important reasons why companies use outsourcing services is to save money on personnel, additional equipment, and software. Thus, your enterprise can use outsourcing company experience and resources and pay only for required services. It also provides businesses with additional flexibility by allowing them to adjust the scale of VR projects according to their specific needs. Thanks to outsourcing, your company’s employees can concentrate on their main duties. Meanwhile, outsourced developers can perform their VR-development-related work. Moreover, VR outsourcing gives companies access to the latest virtual reality trends and news. How VR Outsourcing Connects Your Business with Top VR Experts By transferring the VR program development process to an outsourcing company, you get access to a team of developers that specialize in different aspects of VR app design. Moreover, this team has the needed experience, knowledge, and technologies to manage the entire cycle of your project development, including 3D modeling, programming, UI/UX design, etc. Also, when you involve a bigger number of specialists with the required skills, you can release an effective final VR product faster and more economically.  Faster Product Launch and Innovative Ideas With VR Outsourcing  Outsourcing companies have access to virtual reality innovations and solutions allowing them to release your product on time. That means a possibility to schedule your product release on market and get ahead of your competitors.    From Risky to Reliable: Benefits of VR Outsourcing for Your Business Outsourcing companies know the most common mistakes to avoid and how to reduce development risks. Moreover, by collaborating with clients from different fields, they can provide high-quality service and innovative solutions, that correspond to the standards of a certain field.  All-Inclusive VR Outsourcing: How VR Studio Can Provide Your Business with Comprehensive Support Providing technical support, regular updates, and bug fixes are important factors, which may tip the balance in favor of outsourcing. And this factor ensures the smooth and efficient work of your VR solution. Moreover, it allows companies to concentrate on their main duties, leaving technical nuances of virtual reality development to experts. Outsourcing offers companies numerous advantages for their development and design of VR apps. When transferring VR app development authorities to outsource company, your enterprise will get a qualified team of specialists, who can produce an efficient product quickly and accurately. If you consider VR outsourcing, make sure that the company you choose is a reliable and worthy one with the required experience and a positive reputation. Image: Freepik