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ADVANCED
GEOSCIENCE SOFTWARE

VRGS - the most powerful digital outcrop modelling software available. 

INNOVATIVE
VISUALISATION APPROACHES

Work across a range of scale from sub-mm to regional.

POWERFUL
AND VERSATILE

A rich suite of interpretation, visualization and analysis tools to get the most from your data.

INTERPRET

Get the most from your data with an extensive suite of interpretation and annotation tools.

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EDUCATE

Construct virtual field tours for blended learning, or provide training when field trips are not possible.

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VISUALISE

Fast, efficient visualisation on both Desktop and in Virtual Reality.

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 OUR SERVICES

We provide innovative software solutions to enable geoscientists to make the most from digital outcrop data. Our services, in addition to developing and supporting VRGS,  include bespoke software development and customisation, training and consultancy.

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ABOUT WHAT VRGS CAN DO FOR YOU

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BACKGROUND

VRGS was developed at the University of Manchester by Dr David Hodgetts, a leading expert on digital outcrop geology and subsurface geological characterisation.

 DESKTOP
AND VR

Easy and rapid transition between desktop and VR gives you flexibility over how you work with your data.

DEVELOPMENT

VRGS is under continual development, with innovative new features as well adaptations in response to users requests. 

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