Virtual reality


General description

Virtual reality – is a technology, which fully replaces reality for a user, immersing him or her into an artificial environment, which is perceived as real. Thanks to the newest virtual reality headsets and interactive operation systems, we are able to recreate any environment and bring any scenarios to life. This technology creates unlimited possibilities for business, education and entertainment.

Singularity lab was the first in Kazakhstan who started working with virtual reality, that is why we have gained a maximum amount of experience in such projects and possess all of the required resources.

Application scenarios


Virtual reality technology allows to increase the efficiency of assimilation greatly. Interaction with a virtual world enables unlimited possibilities for all spheres of education.


Training programs which endanger the lives of participants, as well as conditions which are difficult to reproduce in real life, can be replicated with great precision in virtual reality. In addition to simulation, there is a possibility of carrying out a deep analysis of participants’ actions for a further correction.


The most demonstrative presentation of interiors and exteriors of architectural objects will make a lasting impression on clients and will undoubtedly increase sales.


A new format for promotion of a brand or a product. Unique presentations and promo-events, which will certainly arouse a lot of interest, especially in a combination with SMM.


Today, it is possible to instantly travel to any place in the world or see any exhibit of a museum.


Unlimited possibilities of virtual reality will allow to embody any scenario, creating wonderful worlds. This is a new format of storytelling which is only limited by your imagination.

Hardware components

Description of the hardware components
Head-mounted display
The main component for immersion. It replaces two of the major human senses - sight and hearing, creating a virtual reality. It allows you to track the user's head movements, including panning and tilting, and to respond to them accordingly. Special lenses create an effect of depth and a wide viewing angle.
Input Devices
Without the ability to interact with a virtual reality, a sense of immersion is incomplete. Therefore, it is necessary to have an input device, designed specifically for virtual reality, which allows you to track the movement of hands and even fingers.
Sensors for tracking body motion
The most sophisticated and advanced equipment for simulators includes a suit with sensors, that allows you to bring the body of a user into virtual reality, which is crucial for full immersion.



  • Compact size and mobility
  • Absence of wires
  • Cost
  • Weak calculating power
  • Absence of positional tracking
  • Absence of input devices ready for natural interaction




  • The best quality
  • Comfortable immersion into virtual reality
  • Positional tracking
  • Unlimited visualisation capacity
  • Presence of devices for natural interaction
  • Wires
  • Needs a powerful computer
  • Cost

Input devices<span>wireless controllers</span>

Input deviceswireless controllers

OCULUS TOUCH allows to track user's hands and to interact with a virtual world

Input devices<span>wireless controllers</span>

Input deviceswireless controllers

HTC VIVE LIGHTHOUSE allows to track user's hands and to interact with a virtual world

Input devices<span>systems for movement and positional tracking</span>

Input devicessystems for movement and positional tracking

Optical systems are capable of tracking multiple users in an area of 50 sq. m. to 600 sq. m.

Input devices<span>an optical system for tracking hand movement</span>

Input devicesan optical system for tracking hand movement

LEAP MOTION A low-cost solution for tracking hands and fingers, while user is looking at them

Development Environments

  • Principle of operation