We make remote workshops brilliant with VR.

Regain creative vitality with virtual reality!

Workshops have helped teams go faster for ages. Get on the same page and build momentum with new ideas. That’s the gist.

Then we went remote, and now workshops suck. They slow us down. Some old technophobe is hogging the microphone with complaints, trying to find the zoom-button. It turns out sitting on our butts all day isn’t very inspiring, and we feel our creative juices flowing freely down the drain.

So we got off our asses and now we’re making Cohere. It’s a virtual reality platform for workshops, that’s actually easy to use. Even for those pesky boomers.


Prove it to me

WELL ALL I CAN SEE ARE THESE SMALL DOTS YOU HAVE TO ZOOM AND THE DOTS ARE ALL MOVING AROUND SO I DONT REALLY UNDERSTAND DO YOU SEE THE LITTLE MAGNIFYING GLASS OH I THINK I HAVE TO ZOOM IN THE CORNER CAN SOMEONE SHOW ME THE ZOOM BUTTON THERE IN THE CORNER ON THIS THING OH YEAH THERE IT IS GREAT YOU FOUND BUT NOW EVERYTHING IS HUGE OK TRY SCROLLING ON YOUR WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO NOW I MEAN THIS MOUSE PAD IS DUMB THERES NO POINT NO ITS OK I GIVE UP JUST GO ON WITHOUT ME ILL JUST DO YOU SEE THE SIT HERE AND WAIT

Your body’s back in town. Virtually.

Body language is the secret sauce of any great workshop.
Think about it.

We use our bodies to show what’s important and to add depth and nuance to our explanations. At the same time, people are giving us constant feedback. Signs of understanding, confusion, contemplation or excitement help us pace ourselves, get to the point, or make room for others to talk.

Cohere uses virtual reality to bring the body back to remote workshops. Without being creepy, getting physical is way more fun.


Show me the juicy bits