Did you know that virtual reality has a growing number of applications? VR is very popular in the gaming industry, but it can be used for many more useful platforms. For instance, training important skills and mimicking real life situations with conditions that are difficult or expensive to reenact in the real world.

We are proud to work for a wide range of customers from different industries. Enjoy some of our best VR experiences we made in the fields of architecture, engineering, events, gaming, exhibitions, health care or training.

LiveTour5D: Battle of Waterloo in vr

LiveTour5D commissioned The Virtual Dutch Men to recreate the battle of Waterloo in VR and so we did! For just a few minutes, virtual reality headsets take you back in time.

Preparing VR for ‘Blikvangers’

We usually review finished projects as a whole, this time however, we will give you a look behind the scenes: installing our Virtual Reality tour for the exhibition ‘Blikvangers’.

#BigArtRide: cultural heritage in VR

#BigArtRide is a cultural media project, a bicycle ride through European cultural heritage in virtual reality: an innovative and fun experience, devised by artist René van Engelenburg.

Royal Dutch 787 VR experience

Experiencing the brand new KLM Boeing 787 Dreamliner without the need to actually buy a ticket. We made it possible by creating a virtual reality tour of the brand new KLM Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

The Mine Explorer

Our VR experience ‘The Mine Explorer’ gave museum visitors the possibility to relive the dusty dark mines that are closed for over 50 years. We brought the archive back to life!

EUseum: Europe’s VR museum

Wouldn’t it be great if you could experience all the European exhibitions, without having to travel from one country to the other? VR provides the opportunity to step into a new world of art.

Dutch National Archives in 360

Initially we started working on the VR experience ‘Photopolis’ for the National Archives of the Netherlands. They loved the experience so much that the idea of an additional experience was born!

Photopolis: National Archives

The Dutch National Archives asked us to come up with an organized and intuitive method of presenting the archived photos to the public. We came up with the perfect solution: Photopolis.

Virtual maquette penthouse

A virtual maquette of a penthouse, located in Austria. As you rest your eyes on the beautiful calming hills of Wildschonau you experience the true beauty of this penthouse.

Museum of the future

Imagine being able to visit the Louvre, the Rijksmuseum and the Guggenheim all in one day! Imagine looking at world famous masterpieces from the comfort of your home.


The Templecoaster is located in an old temple. This rollercoaster has quick banked turns and high falls. A glass panel in the bottom of you cart assures you of a nice feeling of vertigo.