In our experiential playground, visitors had the opportunity to interact with these new and groundbreaking technologies:
Broadcast into VR instantly with volumetric capture
Using volumetric cameras to capture images of real-world spaces, users were transported across virtual locations wherever needed, in real-time. Utilizing an array of cameras shooting from every angle and graphics processors stitching the images into a 3D mesh, visitors were recorded and instantly broadcast into VR and AR worlds or IRL through mixed reality headsets.
Watch volumetric video capture in action
Experience the Hyperloop Cabin-1
Step into the year 2028 and take a seat in a fully functional, life-size segment of the Hardt hyperloop Cabin-1. By combining creativity with technology, Accenture’s Metaverse experts made it possible to digitally experience the future of sustainable travel in mixed reality. Using a HoloLens, visitors took a self-guided 3-minute adventure from Amsterdam to Berlin while enjoying the Northern Lights on a curved LED skylight, sat in a comfortable and adapted seat specifically for the hyperloop, and played with the first-of-its-kind infotainment panel to catch real-time travel info and weather conditions.
See how we brought the experience to life
Read about our work with Hardt
Accenture’s Hyperloop demo is featured in Forbes Ultimate CES 2023 guide to the hottest parties, panels and robots in Las Vegas
Merchandising in the metaverse
Accenture is reimagining how companies engage with their customers using Web3 technology. Visitors attended a virtual fashion show in the metaverse and saw NPC models walking down the catwalk adorned in digital garments. If they liked what they saw, they had the chance to purchase the NFT or physical version of the garments in the adjacent eStore.
Watch how we're reimagining customer engagement using Web3 technology
Tour Walt Disney’s iconic office in VR
Thanks to Accenture and the Walt Disney Studios’ StudioLAB, visitors could explore a digital twin of Walt Disney’s iconic office. Virtual reality allows anyone to visit the site of Walt’s innovations and even handle and examine various objects to learn about their history. Read more on Walt Disney Studios' StudioLAB and Accenture's partnership to support the next generation of filmmaking.