You don’t have to be alone in VR!

 

vDen brings teamwork to VR with an easy to get in and out space that enables face to face discussions, meetings, and gatherings.

vDen enables a group of people to be immersed together in the same virtual experience where they can communicate and collaborate as the would do in real life.

 
 

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How does it work?

vDen is an 8’x8’ space surrounded by projection screens. 4 projectors display 3D images on all sides and the floor. Images are generated to provide a seamless 3D world for the user, the walls disappear and the user feels to be surrounded by a virtual world.

See the What’s in the Box? page for more details.

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What can you use it for?

Anything! vDen can be used for any virtual reality task, but its main strengths are in tasks that require multiple people to work together, like design reviews, customer presentations or discussions of any kind. See the gallery below for a variety of application scenarios.

If you want to know more about vDen, contact us or come visit us to experience it first hand.

 

How can I get one?

The Early Access Edition of vDen is available for pre-order now, take a look at the What’s in the Box? page to see exactly what is included. If you are convinced, please pre-order here. Systems will be built and start shipping out in September 2019.

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Who is behind vDen?

vDen has been developed at the Emerging Analytics Center (EAC) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and it is protected under several patents. The Team together has more than 50 years of experience in developing and designing virtual reality hardware and software systems, including the first vDen-like system, the CAVE, in 1992.

The motivation for vDen was to design and develop a system that can make this technology affordable for a much wider audience than ever before. See Why vDen? for more details.

Questions? Comments? Want one?

vDen is ready to launch. We want to make sure it is useful for a wide variety of applications, and we would be happy to talk to you how it can work for you.

While the vDen as a system is complete, we are always adding new applications and are continuously experimenting with new ways how to use it. If you want to keep up-to-date on our developments, please subscibe to our newsletter below.

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