VR simulator for industrial safety training at the Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Plant
Varwin developed a VR simulator for training personnel in safety practices and violation detection. The Varwin team created 3D models of seven production site workshops. Each workshop contains replicated work areas that allow users to move around in VR.
As part of the training program developed by Varwin, the trainees operate in virtual reality while the program tracks their performance. Thanks to VR, emergency drills can be performed from anywhere in the world. This allows Gazprom to prevent occupational hazards during training, speed up the training process, and reduce logistical expenses.
The client is a large telecommunications company in search of a solution for attracting young audiences at job fairs through game mechanics within an interactive VR quest. Main results – increased brand loyalty and lead generation at the company’s booth.
The client wanted museum visitors to have access to the interior of the submersible, show how deep it could go, and draw attention to the museum’s exposition. Virtual reality helped achieve all of the above.