Bryan trekked through Alpine snow with his nephew today.
In a virtual visit.

Empower those in your care to travel the world virtually - together with faraway family, whenever they want.

Joyful experience

Joyful

Help them feel more connected to both people and places they love.
Simple to set-up

Simple

Manage it yourself or have our team run everything on-site for you.
Shared with family

Shared

Family can join in from anywhere, on any device. No download or account needed.
Risk free

Risk-free

Low monthly subscription – for everything – with no commitment.

See how virtual visits work.

Watch Susan travel the world with her family.

You don’t want to stop looking. It’s as though you’re there! You can feel the freshness. It’s very realistic. It’s refreshing. It can actually make you feel better … more relaxed.

Hazel P.

A tale of two trends: Price and weight of smartphones vs VR

A tale of two trends: Price and weight of smartphones vs VR

While flagship smartphones become heavier and more expensive, the opposite is true in VR. We looked at the trends for VR cameras and goggles and projected where we might be by August 2020.

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Adapting VR for health and social care

Some of our older and less able users find VR head straps a challenge. So we’re making our own.

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Adapting VR for health and social care

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