Mativision is the premium 360º VR platform delivering
Mativision are pioneers in providing unrivalled quality and reach
through our proprietary VR technologies and services.
Over 10 years our team have developed the essential and trusted 360º video platform
within the medical training and education industry.
We empower our clients with innovative tools and services, delivering
unparalleled functionality and usability of 360º VR content.
Experience it all, wherever you are.
Mativision’s proprietary VR platform enables our clients to reach global audiences by producing immersive experiences and learning programmes in unparalleled visual clarity.
Our end-to-end technology is the trusted solution for professionals, providing a robust publishing environment for critical VR training programmes.
Maximise audience reach and engagement.
Our bespoke distribution channels deliver 360º VR content
in real-time or via offline branded applications.
Supports distribution across all audience devices:
Control your content with unprecedented VR functionality:
of Camera Position
Stream live to VR via multiple synchronised 360º cameras.
Mativision’s expert production team have captured over 5 million live streaming hits
for the biggest clients at some of the world’s largest events and stages.
Our additional client supporting services include:
Interactive overlays and
user menus within 360º content
Bespoke build &
design of branded VR channels
VR library management and
deployment to client apps and in-app pricing models
Mativision launched the world’s first VR medical training facility in London with a live dental implant surgery broadcast to a group of senior global doctors via it’s proprietary VR platform, VLIPPmed.
Specialist 360º HD Filming
Optimised for Critical Scenarios
Controlled VR System
for Coordinated Classroom Training
and Distribution of VR Training Courseware
Mativision launched the world’s first VR medical training facility at Ashok Sethi Ltd of Harley Street, London with a live dental implant surgery broadcast to a group of senior global doctors, via it’s VLIPPmed distribution app.
Following this success, Mativision developed VRinCR, (VR-in-Class-Room), which delivers synchronised
VR training to any number of participants in the same room, with each participant controlling
their own fully immersive experience.
Recent studies report that immersive learning has a retention rate of knowledge in key messages of 90% compared to traditional training methods which provide a return of around 20%.
traditional training methods