Our products are created with the exclusive MISHBILD technology and that is what makes them so unique. Drivers and operators can see their own hands on the physical steering wheel or controllers while they perform different activities in a virtual environment. Check our products and see how NXRT is boosting sales and improving trainings with Mixed Reality:
REALISTIC GRAPHIC DESIGN & THE HIGHEST FRAME RATES PHYSICALLY POSSIBLE.
MISHBILD is a mixed reality algorithm created by NXRT, enabling every headset to be equipped with a stereoscopic camera. It fuses the virtual environment with the real surroundings to create one whole experience, a Transitive Mixed Reality.
This is our core technology in the development of driving simulations, from cars to trains; from buses to airplanes. It's an SDK/API/Software, which is compatible with most VR headsets, cameras, and game engines.
Our XR-Software Suite provides our artists and engineers with the best development environment for Mixed Reality. A forge of excellent simulations with authentic visuals, high frame rates, and convincing animations. A highly reactive and immersive AI within a dynamic and changing virtual environment breathes life into each experience.
MADE IN AUSTRIA
"The best technology for training, safety, and simulation of construction processes and methods in advance."
CEO of the Rhomberg Group
"With the XQ Avatar, our customers understand the benefits of the assistance systems through experience, so we sell more."
Sales at Porsche Wien-Liesing
"We didn’t believe in XR until we partnered with NXRT."
Head of Market Support and Corporate Communication at Sersa Group AG (Schweiz)
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We are constantly showcasing our products in trade shows and innovation events around Europe - or whenever COVID-19 allows us to. We also set up custom demos for special clients, so different teams can experience our technology. Fill up the form and our business team will contact you to understand your needs:
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1110 - Vienna - Austria