SoloProtect and Sheffield Hallam University Collaborate on Virtual Reality Video

Sheffield based SoloProtect, a global leader in lone worker safety solutions, is excited to announce a collaboration project with Sheffield Hallam University's Department of Media Arts & Communication.

This exciting project aims to create an immersive virtual reality (VR) video tour of SoloProtect's state-of-the-art Alarm Receiving Centre. Led by two talented students from Sheffield Hallam University, under the guidance of experienced senior lecturers, the video will showcase the infrastructure behind SoloProtect's lone worker solutions.

two talented students from Sheffield Hallam University

The virtual reality video tour will offer an immersive experience, allowing viewers to explore SoloProtect's Alarm Receiving Centre using a virtual reality headset. With cutting-edge VR technology, viewers will have a unique opportunity to gain insight into the crucial work carried out by SoloProtect in lone worker protection around the world.

Shaun Keyzers, SoloProtect's Content Manager, expressed his enthusiasm for this collaboration, stating, "We are thrilled to be working on this exciting project with two talented students from Sheffield Hallam University. The virtual reality video tour will provide an innovative and immersive way for people to understand the vital role played by our Alarm Receiving Centre. This project is a great opportunity to work with the local university and it aligns perfectly with our commitment to embracing new technologies to enhance the safety and well-being of lone workers."

Senior Lecturer in Digital Media Production, Anne Doncaster, shared her thoughts on the project, saying, "This venture with SoloProtect presents a unique opportunity for our students to apply their skills and creativity to a real-world project. They will gain invaluable experience and I am confident they will produce a professional and immersive experience to showcase the important work that SoloProtect does to protect lone workers.”

Rudra Bhattacharjee, one of the talented individuals chosen for this collaboration, expressed excitement about the project, stating, "Being part of this project is an incredible opportunity. It allows me to apply my passion for digital media production in a practical setting. I am thrilled to work with SoloProtect to create a virtual reality video tour of their monitoring facility.”

This unique project between SoloProtect and Sheffield Hallam University's Department of Media Arts & Communication is a testament to their shared commitment to pushing boundaries and harnessing the power of technology. The virtual reality video tour will provide a glimpse into the vital work of SoloProtect's Alarm Receiving Centre.

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