VR Design and Development Companies

As virtual reality continues to grow in popularity, so does the number of VR design and development companies looking to push this technology further. Whether they’re exploring VR for the sake of business solutions, academic purposes, or entertainment, these companies are taking the VR industry to new heights.

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Oculus

Founded: 2014

Employees: 300-326

Oculus is known for making VR headsets. Though it has released several models throughout the years, such as the Oculus Rift and Oculus Go, Oculus is perhaps best known for its standalone VR headset, the Quest 2. Unlike many other options out there, the Oculus Quest 2 doesn’t require a PC for use but still provides its users the option if they so choose.

ITechArt

Founded: 2002

Employees: 1,800+

Based in New York, iTechArt offers a wealth of VR services for use as business solutions. They specialize in cross-platform VR experiences, 3D rendering, and augmented reality (AR) experiences that rely on both location and face recognition.

Unity Technologies

Founded: 2004

Employees: 3,000-3,379

Located in San Francisco, Unity Technologies is best known for its game engine, Unity. This engine is renowned for its high-def VR rendering capabilities and its expansive interaction toolkit, particle system, and spatial audio design. The engine has been used to create some of the most popular VR and AR gaming titles, such as Pokémon Go and Beat Saber.

VironIT

Founded: 2004

Employees: 100-140

VironIT is a VR software development company that has created a multitude of products for the gaming, media/entertainment, education, and medical fields. During the COVID-19 pandemic, they developed a VR nightclub app to provide users with a safe way to enjoy live shows. They have also created Trauma Anatomy, a VR simulation that helps teach medical students how to respond to different types of patient injuries.

CemtrexLabs

Founded: 2017

Employees: 250-273

CemtrexLabs is a VR design and development company located in New York. Its standout VR projects include the VR video platform SligshotVR and Quazar, a space VR game for the Oculus Go.

Quytech

Founded: 2004

Employees: 100-140

Quytech is based in India, and it’s one of the top virtual reality app development companies in the field today. They’ve developed apps that allow users to take full 360° virtual tours of real spaces, virtually try on clothing and accessories, attend live events using AR, and much more. The company excels in the areas of digital imaging, cross-platform development, 3D content development, 3D modeling, and virtual game app development.

WorldViz

Founded: 2002

Employees: 10-18

WorldViz is a VR development company located in Santa Barbara, California. They have developed VR solutions in numerous fields, including health care, manufacturing, military training, and academic research. WorldViz also specializes in the design and implementation of VR labs that can currently be found on the campuses of several colleges, including Stanford University and Miami University in Ohio.

HTC

Founded: 1997

Employees: 8,300-8,695

HTC is most well-known in the smartphone industry but has also been making a name for itself in the VR world. Its Vive and Vive Pro headsets provide premium VR experiences, and its content platform, HTC Viveport, grants users access to a wealth of VR gaming and entertainment experiences.

Next/Now

Founded: 2011

Employees: 65-74

Next/Now is a VR design company that focuses on VR in business branding campaigns. It’s responsible for helping to craft immersive VR experiences for large industry events such as conferences and trade shows.

Owlchemy Labs

Founded: 2010

Employees: 23-30

Owlchemy Labs is a VR game development company based in Austin, Texas. The studio focuses exclusively on developing VR gaming titles and has created a few different hits so far, including Job Simulator and Rick and Morty Virtual Rick-ality.