Virtual and augmented reality

Virtual Reality (VR) serves as a more effective presentation tool than 2D / 3D visualization. From initial design to implementation, it helps to better understand and realize spatial relationships and dimensions, and can help with adjustments or faulty decisions before commencement of construction works. This technology allows us to view the object at different times of the day or year, interact with objects, or change materials and colors.

Augmented Reality (AR) or supplemented reality allows "completing" the real world with virtual elements such as utility lines or furniture as well. Furthermore, AR helps to solve complicated collisions on site or to better understand complex technology crossings.

Areas of use:

  • Meeting with clients
  • Presentations at fairs and conferences
  • Checking details
  • Sales promotion
  • Client changes
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Last updated: 3/5/2018