For a total immersion in your imagery data and in a specific surrounding universe, remote or of difficult access, VR2Planets offers purpose designed applications.
We specialize in very high definition 3D modeling and in virtual environment creation.
We fully guarantee to respect the scientific data’s integrity, and provide fluidity in use and a high-quality experience.
We create interactive multi-user virtual reality applications. Our softwares enable you to visualize a large volume of data for any type of hardware in a totally immersive mode, even when several users are possibly located on different continents.
We also supply additional services for your exhibitions and professional events: the 3D CAVE, a dedicated immersive space. With a capacity of up to 15 viewers, this is a very effective tool to demonstrate your data to your visitors.
The VR2Planets applications
will carry you in high definition to several body’s solar system.
Travel to the breathtaking landscapes on Mars planet in an edutainment environment. Either flying over the lands or walking on the ground, you will see the whole scientific images available. You will lead an exploration to observe ice-fields, craters, volcanos or even the polar ice-caps, and interact with the Curiosity Rover and the future Insight or ExoMars probes. This extremely realistic experience, will make you acquainted in full dimensions to the datasets collected by the American and European exploration missions.
Data used : image credit by courtesy of NASA, JPL, Caltech University of Arizona & ESA
Live again the Rosetta mission adventure and get close to the Chury comet (Churyumov-Gerasimenko/67P) thanks to this application using the extraordinary images sent by the orbital probe Rosetta and the Philae lander. Get immersed into the geological complexity of this small body by discovering its craters and dunes, shot from the orbit. Appreciate the images loaded during the Philae landing, an European exploration prowess.
Data Used: image credit by courtesy of ESA, Rosetta, MPS for RIS, team MPS, UPD, LAM, IAA, SSO, INTA UPM, DASP, IDAR
Thanks to the spatial exploration mission Cassini-Huygens, the American orbital probe and the European lander collected an exceptional imagery data. Reach this extremely remote environment through this application recreating the controls sent to the robots (fly-over, image shots and landing) to explore this Saturn satellite.
Data Used: image credit by courtesy of NASA, JPL, University of Arizona& ESA