Mode VR Unveils Mode-as-a-Service Project Design Support

Mode VR, a pioneer in advanced virtual reality software for technology integrators, designers, and architects, has introduced Mode-as-a-Service, which the company showed at its booth (W361) during InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas.

Residential & commercial integrators, consultants, and enterprises seeking to harness the full functionality, speed, and power of the Mode VR planning and design software technology, can do it on a convenient per-project basis via MaaS, the company notes.

Without any hardware investment or resident expert, integrators and teams can enlist the Mode VR platform and the expert team to host meetings and provide turnkey, real-time, immersive design work and output all-important accompanying project deliverables, the company explains.

Mode VR client service specialists will join client meetings via most any video conference software such as Zoom or Microsoft Teams. The staff engage in complete VR design of the customer’s residential or commercial space to the satisfaction of all attentive stakeholders, responding to their creative ideas and collaboration, in Mode VR’s 3D environment, the company says.

Attendees experience the real-time ability to look at their entire space, make immediate, informed decisions, and arrive at the best design for their project, while the Mode VR team does all the work. Integrators, clients, and trade partners can focus on aspects of their project such as display sizes, speaker placement, and smart home functionality. For enterprise sessions, Mode VR can demonstrate things such as camera views, optimum screen sizes, seating, and furniture placement, microphone pickup, and more.

“The magic of our new Mode-as-a-Service offering lies in the ability for the integrator and their customers to focus on their creativity, idea sharing, and solving problems, while we do the design work alongside them in our 3D environment, ” says Ken Brueck, co-founder of Mode VR.

“This new option means integrators don’t have to invest in VR hardware to gain all the benefits and wow-factor that Mode VR is known for. They can set up hosted meetings with our experts whenever it works for them and be productive immediately.”

Within minutes after the meeting, Mode VR can provide all project deliverables such as the Mode 360 URL (with a full, 360-degree view of the designed space), Mode Docs, and the space or room design file, plus 3D renders from any angle in the space.

“Gone are days of endless meetings, outdated paper plans, and waiting weeks to complete residential and commercial layout designs,” Brueck adds.

“We’re finding project stakeholders can reach alignment during a single, immersive MaaS session, replacing what otherwise would have required weeks of back and forth to complete.”

New Mode VR Match Program Partners Announced at InfoComm

Also announced at InfoComm by the company, four new commercial manufacturers have joined the Mode Match Partner Program that was launched in December 2021.

Additionally, Mode VR has announced its upcoming software release that will add many new products and delivers on an integrator-requested new Bill of Material (BoM) generator.

The latest Match Mode manufacturer partners are Jabra, Snowsound, Q-SYS, and Yamaha UC. The program expedites and facilitates the addition of partners’ products into Mode VR for use by all subscribers, and those who opt for the aforementioned Mode-as-a-Service turnkey project assistance.

With the new Mode VR Software release, the latest additions include offerings from Crestron (TS-770 & TSD-2220 Touchpanels, SB-200 Soundbar, ICE 4/6/8 In-Ceiling Speakers, and Occupancy Sensor); Q-SYS (AcousticDesign Series loudspeakers, NC Series network conference cameras, and TSC Series Gen 3 touch screen controllers); Steelcase (I2i Chair and Migration SE Sit/Stand Desk); and Snowsound (Flat, Flap, and Mitesco Acoustic Panels).

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