Virtual Reality Simulators

Build a modern and attractive teaching environment.


Build a modern and attractive teaching environment.

Virtual Reality Simulators.

Tools that support and enhance educational processes. They are an excellent tool for practical tasks when access to a real-world environment is impossible, expensive, or dangerous. They are used, among others, in teaching medicine, forensics, architecture, technology and many other fields.

How do Virtual Reality  Simulators work?

Simulators provide interaction with the simulated environment  through various types  of stimuli that impact the senses of sight,  hearing, and touch.


You observe the created “worlds” through  special glasses.


Increase the depth of the experience with accompanying sounds.


You interact with devices that provide  you with tactile stimuli.

Discover the possibilities of
Virtual Reality Simulators.

Modernize didactic processes for the university. Choose  attractiveness  and safety of conducting practical classes.

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“Triage, ALS and BLS Medical Procedures” Simulator  

It helps develop skills in the use of BLS and ALS, and Triage procedures related to the segregation of casualties involved in mass disasters. A built-in editor allows you to create variants of scenarios that differ in such details as the location of the accident, weather conditions, or the distribution of the injured.

VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: Nursing, Emergency Medicine, Cosmetology, Security

“Human Anatomy” Simulator

It can help in a thorough understanding of detailed human anatomy. It facilitates learning the names and functions of organs that can be isolated, viewed from all sides, and dissected. This allows students to learn, for example, the appearance of a skin slice and its structure, or the reaction to stimuli such as a needle prick on the finger and observe the behavior of the organism in this situation.

VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: All medical majors.

“Sensory simulator of a person with disabilities” 

It is a comprehensive solution that has been combined with physical simulators. It enables students to learn about the needs and barriers faced on a daily basis by people with limited mobility, low vision, mobility issues, and deafness.

VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: All majors.

“Crime Scene” Simulator

It is a faithful representation of a crime scene, allowing students to carry out the activities normally undertaken at a crime scene, i.e. to examine it closely and analyze the traces left behind. Finding clues allows you to move on to the next stages of the game and find more clues and evidence. VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: Law, Forensic Science, Criminology.

VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: Law, Forensic Science, Criminology.

“Securing Digital Data” Simulator

It enables students to develop practical skills related to the activities of a forensic computer scientist. It provides users with access to a variety of tools they can use when securing digital data and its carriers, such as turning on, turning off, and securing computers.

VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: Law, Forensic Science, Criminology, Security.

Virtual “Interactive Courtroom”

It enables students to develop skills associated with court cases. It allows the game to be played by multiple users at the same time, where each takes on the role of the defendant, counsel, or witness. This allows them to influence the course of the proceedings based on a pre-designed scenario.

VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: Law, Forensic Science, Criminology.

“Architectural Design and Project Implementation  Correctness Inspection” Simulator

It enables the development of skills related to architectural design and building design implementation correctness inspection. It includes a scenario editor, allowing students to introduce any changes and defects that they need to find and mark in the virtual architectural model.

VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: Architecture, Construction.

“Turnover and Reception of Raw Materials and Materials in a Warehouse” Simulator     

It enables the development of practical skills related to working in a warehouse and handling deliveries, such as receiving and sorting goods, and quality control. The purpose of the simulation is to verify the quantitative and qualitative conformity of the delivery and to secure any discrepancies by placing the products in a designated place.

VR simulator recommended for the following faculties: Logistics.

Choose personalization.
Design your virtual simulator with Asseco.

What does the process look like?


We define the challenge – the goal  to  be achieved.


We work in a  working group in a  workshop format.


We work out proposals for solutions and  select the best ones.


We create a  prototype and test it, collect feedback.


We hand over the finished project  for implementation at  the university.

The Virtual Reality Platform supports the planning and  management of the educational  process, including:

• Monitoring and reporting on the progress of the simulation, its duration, and erroneously and correctly completed activities.
• Sharing simulation scenarios prepared by university teaching staff for specific classes.
• Creating a comprehensive educational pathway including i.a. preparation and proper execution of simulations.
• Verification of specific skills learned during virtual exercises.
• Motivating learning through gamification mechanisms, such as scoring in rankings.

Why Virtual Reality Simulators?

Very high simulation realism

Cost-effectiveness and  quick return on  investment

Safe practical training

Used by  the  world’s top universities

Unlimited repetition of exercises

Create your own  scenarios in the editor

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