Nils Munk Wirell

Director of 3D/CGI
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How to fry chicken using Virtual Reality

Virtual reality (VR) has been a niche technology for the better part of 30 years. Recently there has been a change in this trend. Many companies have started to invest heavily in VR during the last 2–3 years. While there are still arguments about what the long-term commercial value of VR is, recently it seems product- or vocational training have sailed up as a contender for that throne. Here are four reasons why you should use VR for skill development and training in your organisation. 

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How to save the environment (and money) using CGI

Many different industries, such as automotive, manufacturing and telecommunication use CGI (Computer Generated Imagery) to help visualise their products in all stages of development, not only for marketing. CGI offers unparalleled flexibility and creative freedom. What many people do not realise is that CGI can offer substantial cost-savings, better sustainability, and quicker turn arounds when creating new marketing material.

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How to make people understand your product or service

Ask yourself, when purchasing a new product, are you the person that tinkers with it to understand how to use it, or do you read the manual? Or conversely, how could you get more people to use your product while simultaneously increasing consumer satisfaction?

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Why are you not on WeChat?

Some people have been talking about the death of Facebook for a while, claiming that young users are flocking to other platforms. While the death of Facebook is surely premature—as shown by this recent blog post—most companies today have an established social media strategy with an active presence in multiple offsite communities. Nevertheless, there are some glaring omissions from most western brands’ social media presence.

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Explaining how technology works using 3D/CGI

Regardless if you are in a manufacturing or services business, you will probably agree that products and technical concepts are getting more and more complicated.

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