Put simply, an immersive experience is one in which you feel surrounded by the content as if you are actually there. The content can be accessed in many ways, including virtual reality, augmented reality and immersive domes. With years of experience in the field, SoundView is at the forefront of the technology. We continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible within the genre and are engaged in several research and development projects. 


Virtual reality (VR) is a simulated interactive experience which usually involves wearing a VR headset. It can immerse you in a virtual world. We have created bespoke VR experiences for a wide range of clients and environments. When a product isn’t portable, or a place is difficult or impossible to access, VR allows you to take it to your audience. Virtual Reality tours break down barriers to access, and when used by destinations and heritage sites, visitors can experience places that they might not have otherwise. For example Geevor Tin Mine is a visitor attraction in West Cornwall. The heritage site is difficult to access for people with reduced mobility. Our VR tour of the underground mine and the mill, allows those who can’t visit parts of the site in person, the possibility to experience it in virtual reality, making a more inclusive visit for all.


Immersive domes are a way of bringing 360 content out of the VR headset to a communal audience for a shared experience. A dome is a physical space that can be used for a multitude of immersive experiences from screenings of 360-degree films to live performances, music and gaming events. The beauty of an immersive dome is that it’s a blank canvas that allows creators to bring their medium into the space, reaching audiences of all ages. Our immersive dome content is engaging and innovative. Each film considers audience experiences and is purpose-built for the space. 


Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that combines the real world with virtual or computer-generated elements. It allows you to see and interact with digital objects in your field of view. You can access  AR through a smartphone or by wearing AR glasses. SoundView is currently developing new accessibility tools for screen entertainment, which will enhance and promote inclusion and improve the user’s experience.

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