There are no limits to virtual spaces. Everything seems possible, cheers to the imagination. Depending on the project, spaces can be created, close to reality. But also completely new worlds can be created, scenic images, across all styles and dimensions. Have you ever been inside the sound body of a violin and debated music there?
Designed rooms are scenes. Depending on the scope, several scenes are available that can be configured individually. If only small details of the configuration should be changeable, scenes can be saved as templates.
Three-dimensional scanning of spaces is exciting when the space is unique or individually shaped: underground, for example, or intravenously.
Digital twins as virtually replicated models can have a very great practical benefit and save money, e.g. by helping in the planning process of the imagination. Exact virtual replicas are also suitable for identity and brand experiences.
Images, films, texts, 3D objects of any kind, whether scanned or modeled - in tuijoverse, all media formats are conceivable that are relevant for telling stories in a memorable way. Sometimes it's about conveying knowledge visually, other times it's about creating the right trigger for dialogs.
Images can be used as .jpg or as .png with transparency. With regard to performance, care should be taken to handle file size and format correctly.
Texts, PDFs and links can be integrated, downloads anyway.
Audio in three-dimensional spaces can be used in many ways. It doesn't always have to be spatial audio. Limiting to zones and ambient sound that transports you to different moods from one moment to the next - sound is much more than the salt in the soup.
Videos are streamed in the virtual room and can be controlled individually by participants. Videos can be used for ambience, as a source of information, for staging or as an explanatory medium. Video art, for example, finally finds a medium in which it can have a new effect.
Own designs and planning data are often available in three dimensional formats. The import into tuijo is possible via some exchange formats, but often the complexity of the planning file has to be reduced.
The integration of 3D scans now works excellently, and the results are already very convincing. This opens up a whole new world for archives and exhibition makers. But also those who previously filled online stores with 3D scans of products can now stage the sales ambience around them.
Isn't it much nicer when we can see each other as people. If you don't want that, you can always turn off your camera.
Movement is possible within the platform at different speeds that can be adjusted by the user.
Desktop browsers in their latest versions Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge. Mobile: Suitable for powerful tablets. The performance capacity of smartphones (iOS, Android) can be limiting for the virtual experience. Navigation works via gesture control.
Especially exciting is the change of dimension. When suddenly all participants in the vicinity of a 3D model shrink to the same size, so as not to take away each other's view in the object. Or the change between rooms, as if through a wormhole - that's how you feel.
For those who don't know the standards: WASD or the arrows allow you to slide forward, backward, right and left. With the mouse you turn around your own axis. Jumping with the Space key, zooming with the Z key.
Collision detection is quite handy when traveling in virtual environments. However, it also works without it. Especially for inexperienced users, this can make navigation easier.
A two-dimensional mini-map is available as a navigation map for orientation in the room. There you can see all participants, even those out of sight.
Audio guides can be activated and deactivated by movement. They can be limited to rooms or omnipresent, voices can narrate in an audio box or respond specifically to selected questions.
The way we collaborate in physical spaces is very different from virtual collaboration. When we meet in a room, we stand up, move toward or away from each other, lighten things up with sayings or little laughs. All of this is one of the interjections that we naturally associate with space. So from now on also in a virtual world.
Sticky notes on the wall to exchange, record and sort thoughts is an essential part of every workshop. A feature therefore also in tuijoverse.
Text chat allows all participants to communicate with each other and within the application.
Distance sound reduces the volume of the participants depending on their relative positions. In other words, whoever moves away gets quieter, whoever gets closer gets louder - just like in real life.
If several users share their screens at the same time in different places, a whole gallery of work results is created.
What if not only one can present, but all at the same time. The group then moves from screen to screen and discusses. Break out sessions with space. A virtual library in full access - with an unlimited number of 3D models, differently detailed, walkable, animated, interactive, to make visible what otherwise cannot be seen. In this way, phenomena become not only tangible, but comprehensible.
Your own video image can be shared in a prominent place. If several share, it becomes a stage for panel discussions or joint presentations.
Moderators can share their perspective with all other users to guide them through the virtual world.
Own screens can be shared on surfaces in three-dimensional space. Either at defined locations, or spontaneously in the vast virtual environment.
NPCs, who look like real participants, answer questions and guide visitors through the experience. They are a way to guide visitors through the scene even when hosts can't be there.
If the number of participants exceeds the technical limits, several sessions can be opened to allow a larger number of visitors to experience the event at the same time.
Moderators can gather participants around them so that they are all together as if in a sitting circle. This is a great feature, especially for teachers.
Registered users can invite their guests and open the session for them at the agreed time. The invitation link can be generated both in the dashboard and in a session.
Various options are available for branding. Registration and login screen can be individualized with background image, logo and name - for each session. Scenes also get their own preview image. Of course, tons of brand-relevant images, sounds and videos can also be integrated into a scene.
For the configuration of sessions, media must be prepared in appropriate dimensions. For this purpose, a design file is provided in a standard format. A choice can be made between Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop or Sketch.
The mood of each session can be changed with a custom photosphere. If you want, you can even stage day and night at a virtual location. Photospheres are based on e.g. cubic 360° panoramas.
The session configurator allows registered users to create and individually configure sessions. Custom media can be used to configure the sessions. Media are managed in the media administration. They are bound to the accounts of individual users and are currently not transferable. Predefined formats and sizes facilitate working with media.
High-quality rendering and good performance at the same time - these are key tasks to which we are committed. That's why we use groundbreaking compression methods and the most exciting rendering engines.
Media must conform to predefined formats and must not exceed predefined sizes. The limitations are mandatory for the sake of good performance. The absolute amount of media storage is also chosen to provide performance.
At this time, we recommend that you do not expect more than 30 simultaneous attendees per session.
IT security is close to our hearts, as a company from Bochum, one of the leading IT security locations in Europe, anyway. Therefore, we will constantly make sure that our systems not only meet the requirements, but also offer the best possible protection and are protected ourselves.
The web servers are located in Germany. User data is hosted exclusively in Europe. For individual solution please contact our sales team.
In accordance with legal requirements, attention has been paid in the design of the software and hardware to how, for example, personal data can best be protected. We therefore manage data separately for each application and follow the principle of data minimization. The exact scope of protection is described in the data protection statements of the respective application. The use of each tuijo project requires the consent to the terms and conditions of the respective content provider.
Project managers are given administrative rights. In the dashboard, they can manage user accounts, control and configure the application, and evaluate aggregated data on usage frequency.
Registered users have access to a dashboard that allows them to make settings according to their permissions. This is where configuration takes place, roles and rights are managed, help is provided and sessions are administered.
Current languages are German and English. Other languages can also be added for users. The content of the tuijo experience worlds can be created by users in multiple languages. The dashboard and the registration process can be displayed in all languages.
An extensive user administration enables the authentication and authorization of the participants. Guest access - i.e. without registration - is available. Data protection agreements can only be saved for multiple sessions for registered users.
A convenient usage data overview provides clarity about the acceptance and user behavior of your own offers. The data is collected and handled in compliance with data protection regulations.