Frameless Interactive was born out of a desire for more. To push the boundaries of what is possible in interactive worlds. To realise dreams in our waking life. All of this was made possible with the advent of Virtual Reality.
With the release of the Oculus Rift Dev Kit in 2014 we here at Frameless got a taste of just the potential VR could be and wasn't until the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift launched in 2016 with our suspicions confirmed, we knew where the future was headed.
Fast forward to 2019 and with mobile computing delivering us the Quest -a truly mobile VR experience, and cloud computing enabling game streaming allowing us to put all we have learned into action. Our team with many more years experience constantly working and experimenting in all aspects of VR discovered its true world changing potential to deliver immersive training experiences.
As we continue our journey, we keep an eye on current technological advances to integrate so as to improve and add to the immersive experiences we deliver.
Our team has over 50 years combined experience in training, education, video game development and design.
"This has the potential to be an extremely effective educational tool.”
“I think this this is a great way to add another layer of education which would greatly optimise learning.”
“I am of the generation that rarely uses this stuff, I am also of a generation that doesn’t play computer games, at all, ever. But that was good! What I can see that this is good at is making sure team leaders are getting sequences right.”
“This application has the potential to significantly improve the way we train and assess ALS team leaders. Being able to facilitate both individual and collaborative experiences really adds to it benefits.”
“I think this is a really cool thing. I think it would complement the simulation training where you’ve got a lot of staff resources. You could potentially reinforce new learning without much supervision and the feedback is generated automatically in the program.”
“That is the coolest thing I’ve seen in education for a long time”