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The Goal: A national bank reached out wanting to create a banking experience of the future.
Our Solution: We created a Virtual Reality experience for Gear VR where customers could visit a futuristic bank and get help from an Artificially Intelligent assistant. Using api.ai's conversational user experience platform, customers could ask for financial advice in natural language. For example, "How am I doing on my retirement goals?" The robot would then provide an animated explanation of the customer's current progress, and when the customer would be able to retire. We also mocked up several examples of interactive advice, including conditions that might cause a low balance in the future, and suggesting ways to cut back on spending to save enough for an upcoming vacation. Overall, the experience painted an exciting vision for a future where a bank is more than a place to store money, but a valuable resource for personalized advice.
Services like api.ai are enabling advanced and natural interactions far beyond point and click interfaces. VR allows viewers to look around as if they were in the real world; AI allows them to speak and interact like in the real world.
This VR application transports trade show visitors to AT&T's Global Network Operations Center (GNOC) to experience first hand what it’s like to combat a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack.
In order to showcase their technology to booth visitors, ProBrew approached Foundry 45 to create a Virtual Reality app that transports any user to a brewery to witness all the complex machinery in action.
A Virtual Reality experience by Foundry 45 gives Continental Building Products' customers a first-hand view of their renowned Rapid Deco® Level 5 System being installed in a real job site, allowing them to see the quality, ease of installation and time savings in person.
Foundry 45 created an immersive Gear VR and branded cardboard app that transported prospects to electrical substations all over the country, showcasing Southern States' latest innovations and the engineering team behind the new technologies.
Foundry 45 worked with ICSC, the global trade association of the shopping center industry, to develop a custom VR experience. The application was used on Gear VR units at their annual board meeting to educate their members on the value of Virtual Reality within their industry.