METS 2017 – Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who visited us in our booth at this years’ METSTRADE Show.

As always, we had a great time seeing many old – and new – faces and showcasing our products and services. Many of you might recall that last year we made a complete overhaul of our booth, bringing in the new Seaflex look and some well-needed equipment upgrades such as the unique lightbox featuring Brooke Street Pier.

This year we turned it up another notch by introducing a brand new SEAFLEX® Virtual Reality environment using Oculus Rift and developed by Sembly Development. Visitors got the chance to move around in the underwater VR environment, and by using special hand controllers (pictured) they could touch, hold and even stretch virtual SEAFLEX units and see how they work in real life.

Even though this VR environment is an early-stage prototype showcasing the possibilities of such a technology, it turned out to be extremely popular with our visitors. If you didn’t get the chance to visit us and try our VR environment, don’t worry. You will find us at METSTRADE again next year!

METSTRADE Show is the world’s biggest and most visited B2B leisure marine equipment show, which has been bringing the marine industry together for decades. This global business platform and community focuses on innovation, market developments, and on-site networking. For more information about METSTRADE Show, please visit www.metstrade.com

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