A man views a hologram by using Microsoft HoloLens

Zengalt bets on mixed reality and HoloLens to innovate its way to double its growth

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Zengalt was formed in 2010 by a team with decades of combined experience in the gaming world. Their vision was to apply concepts of 3D objects to the business world, where holograms and mixed reality dramatically improve both processes and user experiences.

As pioneers in mixed reality, the Zengalt team sees a bright future ahead. “The work we do today not only showcases the many use cases for mixed reality, it is improving the way our customers do business—and how they connect with their customers,” said Billy Watenpaugh, head of Zengalt business development.

Zengalt was accepted into the Microsoft Mixed Reality Partner Program when it launched in 2017—and they’ve seen business double in the past year as they’ve worked with several marquee customers, such as Ford Motor Company and Petersen Automotive Museum, to leverage mixed-reality solutions that improve the way the public interacts with their products.

“Our goal is to lower the barrier to entry to this technology for business customers—then help them to succeed long term.”

–Ivan Evdokimov, Founder and CEO, Zengalt

Zengalt uses the idea of 3D computing to solve hurdles for businesses across sectors. Because Vyzn doesn’t require expertise in programming, it enables a wide variety of customers to use mixed-reality applications to connect with clients or improve business in a groundbreaking way. This versatile solution brings the world of virtual reality to the fingertips of those who saw such things as previously inaccessible.

Customers using Zengalt Vyzn are able to take ideas, plans, or instructions, from architecture to automotive to infrastructure and construction, and bring them to life through scenes by using HoloLens. Not only does this prevent costly mistakes, it also allows customers and clients to experience their creation. Clients’ needs are satisfied prior to walking out the door. Questions, doubts, and second-guessing decisions are eliminated.

Corgan Architects

Corgan Architects, a leading design firm, worked with Zengalt to explore how mixed-reality technologies can help with project planning, design, and presentation.

Corgan used Zengalt Vyzn in a real-world setting by placing holographic images of airport navigation signs inside the actual airport. This helps cut down on mistakes and make sure that everyone is on the same page before committing to actual construction.

According to Jason Anderson, digital artist at Corgan Architects, “Clients need to be able to see what is already there and, more importantly, what elements are being added or changed. We used Vyzn to build a mixed-reality solution that allows us to show both the existing and potential design options to our clients in real time.”