Virtalis has developed a full range of VR hardware and software. Virtalis has completed 4D flagship installations at the Kalamazoo aviation museum in Michigan, US and at the UK's National Space Centre. We can deliver sights, sounds and even touch in turnkey packages drawing on best in class hardware and software. Virtalis has a stake in Touch & Discover Systems which has developed Probos, the world’s first interface that allows museum visitors to virtually “touch” and examine precious artefacts. Probos features a software interface by Virtalis. Using a controller that is held in between the fingertips, the user is encouraged to explore ancient objects that are usually inaccessible in glass cases. Haptic technology draws on force feedback to create resistance to touch, tricking the mind into the sensation of touching a real object.