This article showcases our top picks for the best Michigan based Virtual Reality companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Virtual Reality industry, but are all exceptional startups and companies well worth a follow.
We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands.
We selected these startups for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
Top Michigan Virtual Reality Companies
Elm Park Labs
Elm Park Labs develops extended reality (XR) experiences. Elm Park Labs utilizes the most advanced technology available to deliver high-quality immersive virtual experiences.
We’ve built a modular platform that enables us to rapidly develop and deliver Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality and 3D Interactive applications. The company delivers best-in-class immersive experiences that transform the way people learn, work, and interact.
Its team brings a unique blend of front-end visual graphic talent and back-end coding that is uncommon in the industry.. .
A fashion technology company focused on building a bridge between the two industries through product development, interactive experiences, and events. Founded by Anina Net, with over 10 years experience in creating demos and prototypes for showcasing smart fashion, wearable accessories, IOT, augmented reality, virtual reality, and creating fashion tech maker kits for fashion designers and brands.
360Fashion Network has offices in the United States and China.. .
It’s hard to imagine that back in the early 1900’s, electric cars were the most prolific vehicle. And guess who helped spark the movement.
Our founder, William C Anderson made his first Detroit Electric in 1907. By 1910 we were leading the way, selling up to 2,000 cars a year.
Petrol cars were unreliable and dirty, but Detroit Electrics could be charged at home and used in an instant – making them extremely popular. Even Henry Ford’s wife drove one.
As the years passed and petrol engines became cheaper and stronger, sales of electric vehicles dropped. Finally, after producing a total of 13,000 cars – a world record for electric vehicles in the 20th century – the last Detroit Electric was shipped in 1939.
We’re back, over 70 years on. Back in Detroit and back to reignite positive movement in the motor industry.
Just as we did in 1907. Proving that we were never behind the times.
ONU offers the only cloud-based, end-to-end solution for converting your CAD into real-time AR, VR, web, and mobile visuals in one streamlined, efficient process. They work with both enterprise and SMB organizations to bring their products to life with photo-realistic, interactive 3D assets for training, marketing, and engineering applications.
With Their cloud-based optimization technology, They seamlessly translate heavy CAD files into AR- and VR-compatible lightweight assets in a fraction of the time required for traditional techniques, all while retaining part information.. .
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