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Virtual Reality


Virtual Sandtray is in the beta phase of product development, which means that it is available for testing. It has been demonstrated at professional conferences and used by clients.

Virtual Reality

Extending Virtual Sandtray into virtual reality seemed a logical step with quality consumer hardware becoming available part way through 2016. A development decision had to be made prior to transition from iPad to VR on a PC, with the HTC Vive being chosen for the VR portion of the equation.

Seeing that VR can be considered in its infancy, we were pleasantly surprised at the outcome of the product. It is incredible to actually be in the tray and experience the sense of immersion that comes from it. The professionals and clients that have tried it have found it to be amazing.


Our YouTube channel hosts several videos demonstrating the evolution and feature of the product. Do note that they are 2D captures of a 3D product.


Virtual Sandtray is a working product and ready for testing/research. Please contact us to discuss further.

PC Hardware

The hardware requirements for running VR on a PC are steep. Unless you have a heavy duty gamer in the family, you will not have the level of PC necessary to run VR. There are various specifications for a PC to meet the specification to run VR. A couple are provided on the right for you to examine. You can buy VR ready machines from the standard PC stores or online vendors. We chose to build our own as it offers the best value, allows it to be tailor made and it is enjoyable. There are also laptops that are able to run VR. If you have questions, you may also contact us and we can provide guidance.

The machine used to develop Virtual Sandtray on VR is as follows:

  • Processor: Intel Core i7-6800K with water cooling
  • Graphics Card: Nvidea GeForce GTX1080 variant
  • Memory: 32GB DDR4 4channel
  • Storage:
    • 512GB Samsung 950 M.2 SSD
    • 1TB SSD
    • 4TB Hard Drive

Finding a VR computer

Please contact support, we will help you find something that suits your needs.

Nvidia VR Specifications

Nvidia, a manufacturer of video cards, has their system requirements found here.

Vive VR Specifications

The application was written for use with the HTC Vive VR headset. The recommended specifications can be found here.