30 million PowerPoint decks are delivered every day in enterprise, and quickly forgotten, because our spatial brains aren’t built for flat media. Flow Immersive was founded by VR information architect Jason Marsh and experience marketer Greg Moyer to build a platform based on brain science. It is named after the popular concept of being in a state of flow.
The goal is to communicate information and data stories in a way that sticks.
Customers include Deloitte and Cisco, which used Flow for about 200 pitches at WEF in Davos. Using Flow, Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility presented two data stories at the Davos World Economic Forum: one on worldwide Digital Readiness, and one on the influence of AI, IoT, and robotics. The studies were prepared by Gartner and Oxford Economnics, and were transformed in the Flow Framework to be highly interactive 3D/VR presentations within standard web browsers. The content will be available online in coming months.
The upcoming SaaS Flow Editor will let everyone create EverydayVR, on the web, for WebVR and AR.