Designing for Virtual Reality (VR) is happening faster than expected. It’s the next shift for the user experience.
EVE Founder, Eva Cristescu, says they will be on the cutting edge of VR.
“VR is going to bring the entire 360-degree world into our homes. VR blurs the line between online and in-store shopping experiences. This gives the consumer more confidence in choosing the right product for them. VR immerses the user into another place by incorporating audio and visual. It’ll be fun and you’ll have the ability to experience something live before seeing it in reality. Think about the experience of visiting Machu Picchu in Peru or trying on a pair of jeans at a store.” Cristescu said.
According to the Touchstoneresearch.com article: ” Infographic – Virtual Reality Stats.” by Aaron Burch.
“The total number of active Virtual Reality users is forecast to reach 171 million by 2018.”
EVE has been studying trends in VR design and interweaving it into the user experience.
Products like Google Cardboard and Samsung Gear VR are some inexpensive headsets on the market that are introducing consumers to the VR experience. Another product that can be purchased at stores like Best Buy is called Oculus Rift. This introduces consumers to the 3D world. It is primarily used in gaming, such as the game Robo Recall.
EVE wants to assure business owners that they can bridge the digital world of their website to the physical world of their storefront. EVE will customize a VR plan tailored to your Effective Virtual Experience.