Having already met their initial target of £6,000, TruVision are now trying to reach their stretch target of £10,000.
Having already met their initial target of £6,000, TruVision are now trying to reach their stretch target of £10,000 to help them take their business to the next level. As you can imagine, working in virtual reality does not come cheap and every bit of extra funding will help TruVision to invest in the equipment and exhibition presence that they need to keep growing and developing their business.
The initial £6,000 will allow TruVision to invest in the biggest key to their company,virtual reality, providing the team with the illusive virtual reality headsets, made by Oculus, that they need. Four of these headsets, at a cost in excess of £500 per item, will give TruVision a comfortable starting block.
The investment will also enable TruVision to become a CPD (Continuing Professional Development) provider for the Royal Institute of British Architecture (RIBA), allowing the team to demonstrate to the 32,000 British Architects around the country and provide them with quality assured information about the benefits of virtual reality to the construction industry.
Hitting their stretch target will help TruVision to expand their stand at Grand Designs LIVE in London, to help them reach a wider audience, as well as giving the company the chance to buy and test new headsets that are coming on to the market. It will also offer the opportunity to upgrade the team’s computers to enhance performance and better cope with the high demands of building and running virtual reality environments.
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