Sector 5 Digital Supplied 3D Manned Fighting Vehicle Digital Models for American Rheinmetall Vehicles, A Defense, Security and Auto Technology Provider – Yahoo Finance

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / December 5, 2022 / The Glimpse Group, Inc. (“Glimpse”) (NASDAQ:VRAR)(FSE:9DR), a diversified Virtual Reality (“VR”) and Augmented Reality (“AR”) platform company providing enterprise-focused VR and AR software and services solutions, today announced that its subsidiary Sector 5 Digital (“S5D”), a leading immersive technology company, completed a mid-6-figure contract for the creation of multiple 3D digital models for American Rheinmetall Vehicles (ARV), a part of Rheinmetall’s Vehicle Systems division specializing in the development of combat vehicle platforms that provide next-generation products to the U.S. Department of Defense and Federal and State Law Enforcement agencies.
Leveraging its expertise in creating immersive technology for the aerospace and defense industries, S5D produced multiple 3D videos featuring Rheinmetall’s proposed Lynx Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV), an infantry fighting vehicle, in a realistic multi-domain operation (MDO) scenario. The digital marketing pieces will help ARV promote the proposed vehicle, which has not yet been physically built. S5D created three marketing assets: an impactful, engaging, and immersive mission-vignette video, an informational fly-through video, and various key marketing images that showcased Team Lynx’s OMFV offering.
ARV, along with their Team Lynx partners (Textron Systems, Raytheon Technologies, L3Harris Technologies, Allison Transmission, and GM Defense) are competing for the U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program.
“We continue to see growing traction and adoption of our immersive technology capabilities within the aerospace and defense sector,” commented Jeff Meisner, General Manager of S5D and Chief Revenue Officer of Glimpse. “Our team created a fully functional 3D model that accurately depicted the design and functionality of the proposed complex vehicle. Throughout the videos, we highlighted key capabilities and unique selling points ultimately resulting in an innovative and effective marketing experience for our partners.”
About Sector 5 Digital
Sector 5 Digital helps companies transform their brands by creating brilliant digital content for marketing, communications, sales, entertainment, visualization and simulation. The company has an in-house studio developing immersive experiences through Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), 3D modeling and animation, film & video production, interactive game technology, and a lot more. For more information on Sector 5 Digital, please visit
About The Glimpse Group, Inc.
The Glimpse Group (NASDAQ:VRAR)(FSE:9DR) is a diversified Virtual and Augmented Reality platform company, comprised of multiple VR and AR software & services companies, and designed with the specific purpose of cultivating companies in the emerging VR/AR industry. Glimpse’s unique business model simplifies challenges faced by VR/AR companies and creates a robust ecosystem, while simultaneously providing investors an opportunity to invest directly into the emerging VR/AR industry via a diversified platform. For more information on The Glimpse Group, please visit
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Sector 5 Digital Contact:
Jeff Meisner
General Manager
Sector 5 Digital
Chief Revenue Officer
The Glimpse Group, Inc.
Glimpse Contact:
Maydan Rothblum
The Glimpse Group, Inc.
Investor Relations:
Mark Schwalenberg, CFA
MZ Group – North America
SOURCE: The Glimpse Group, Inc.

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