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Clixoo Launches Virtual Reality App Development Division for Cleantech – Solar, Wind, Biomass VR/AR Development


Clixoo, the firm operating at the unique intersection of cleantech & IT, has launched a dedicated division to develop virtual reality/augmented reality applications with a focus on the cleantech and clean energy domains.

Education and awareness are critical areas within cleantech. Significant efforts and investments are being put into creating awareness about environmental sustainability and clean technology for a variety of stakeholders. The critical role of education and training for emerging areas in cleantech is well known too.

What is exciting today is that the powerful technology of virtual reality can be used for both awareness creation and training for clean technology. Owing to developments in software and hardware, virtual reality is no longer the domain of high end gaming companies or billion dollar bugget Hollywood films. Today, this technology can be used to make people learn and understand solar power plants or energy efficiency or water pollution in ways that are super-powerful and that could not have been imagined even just three years back.

Clixoo, with its unique expertise in both cleantech and software/app development, is pleased to launch this division focussing on virtual reality and augmented reality app development. Our efforts are currently focussed on development for the following:

More about Clixoo from here.

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  1. Paras Chauhan May 30, 2017

    Wow ! this sounds good. it will definitely help in renewable energy solutions.

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  2. Chris Rollitt July 3, 2017

    Nice post. Solar power systems derive clean, pure energy from the sun. Installing solar panels on your home helps combat greenhouse gas emissions and reduces our collective dependence on fossil fuel. Traditional electricity is sourced from fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas.

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