What We Do
FreeRangeXR creates Extended Reality (XR) experiences including Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR) employee trainings.
We offer custom solutions for any business to teach employees both technical and soft skills.
Our immersive learning solutions can be applied to businesses in construction, manufacturing, public sector, retail, hospitality, education, sports and more.
We can deliver any level of immersion to provide fun, engaging, and highly effective learning experiences while saving our clients money and protecting them from risk.
Our services include:
Raymond Virtual Reality Forklift Simulator
Raymond came to FreeRangeXR looking to harness the power of Virtual Reality to build a simulator that would help save them time, save them money, and keep their employees safer. Together with Raymond, we've built an award-winning training program.
BMW iX and i4 in Augmented Reality
FreeRangeXR collaborated with the teams at BMW USA and Google to bring the BMW iX and i4 augmented reality experience to your smartphone. The mission was to deliver on a lightning fast and seamless way to let users explore the iX and i4. Users can pick a model, pick a color, open doors, move through the interior, and much more.
Workplace and Industrial Safety VR
FreeRangeXR produces workplace safety and industrial safety immersive learning modules. Our modules cover a range of topics including AED, CPR, Confined Spaces, Fall Protection, Fire Suppression, Lock Out Tag Out, and Virus Vision.
You can contact us directly if you are interested in getting workplace safety trainings for your large or small business.
Our offerings are now available on the PIXO VR Apex™ platform. Click here to see more.
The team at NeuroTrainer came to FreeRange XR to help design and deploy Neurotrainer as a standalone VR experience for use by College and Professional Athletes. NeuroTrainer VR proved effective and is now seeing explosive growth in the athletic industries
"We had a unique product with numerous idiosyncratic features. FreeRange seemed to understand what to build with little instruction needed from us." - Jeff Nyquist, CEO of Neurotrainer