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The Véro & Louis Foundation uses the services of GeniusXR

Last June, the Véro & Louis Foundation inaugurated the Maison Véro & Louis, Pavillon Lowe’s Canada, in Varennes, virtually, thanks to the expertise of GeniusXR. With the help of director Nathalie Pelletier, the team produced a guided, immersive 360 ​​tour degrees.

In the context of a pandemic, this personalized approach, supported using cutting-edge technology, enabled the Foundation team to organize the inauguration of the Maison Véro et Louis remotely and reach an even larger audience large. The main objective was to enable people to visit the premises, as if they were there, and learn more about the features of this innovative project in permanent accommodation for adults with autism aged 21 and over.Partners, donors and collaborators received at their homes a virtual reality glasses made of cardboard, allowing them to put their smartphones in it and take the tour in 360, all from a simple link on YouTube.The general public was able to explore the space interactively on the website, using its trackpad or computer mouse.

From script writing, to final editing, including filming, the team was keen to communicate the colossal work accomplished, the merits of such a place of life and the palpable emotion of the families of future residents.

The GeniusXR team is proud to have been able to contribute to the exceptional mission of the Véro & Louis Foundation and invites you to watch the video of the visit as well as a short extract behind the scenes.


Branded VR Cardboards

Virtual Visit 360 Video

Behind the scenes