Leap into another reality
Have you ever wondered what it would feel like if you could move from one place to another in the blink of an eye? Or if you could present your company’s new production line on the other side of the world to visitors without the need for them to fly there? And how about if you could take a breather in the forest in the middle of the city?
This probably sounds like virtual reality, but it describes the transformation of the Showroom at the Visitor and Innovation Centre Joki. During the summer, the Showroom will change into a space where visitors can experience being immersed in another reality with the help of videos – without VR headsets, and together with others.
During the summer, the Showroom will change into a space where visitors can experience being immersed in another reality with the help of videos.
As workplaces increasingly change into meeting places, it is natural that Joki, which is meant for meetings, spearheads this development. In the future, you will not only be able to meet others face-to-face but also with the help of the biggest LED video wall in Turku, if not the biggest in Finland. The wall takes hybrid and virtual events to a totally new level and gives companies and organizations the chance to present in ways we could only have dreamt of until now.
In the future, you will not only be able to meet others face-to-face but also with the help of the biggest LED video wall in Turku.
I personally look forward greatly to presenting Turku Technology Properties’ plans for the development of the Science Park in the Showroom. I am also interested in seeing what reality looks like in the region’s other companies, and I am sure there will also be a need for a relaxing trip in the forest.
CEO, Visitor and Innovation Centre Joki
Visitor and Innovation Centre Joki:
Joki is a joint visitor center for the city of Turku and companies and universities in the Turku area. It functions as a showroom for business, innovations, and city development. Joki allows companies of all sizes to showcase their operations. Typically, only large companies can afford such showcase concepts.
Joki is located at the heart of the Turku Science Park among businesses and universities. It is open on weekdays, which makes it easy for visitors to explore companies in the digital showroom and see various exhibitions.
Joki was designed by Arosuo Architects and opened its doors in 2017. Turku Science Park Ltd and the city of Turku are responsible for the exhibitions. The premises are owned by Turku Technology Properties Ltd.