Allowing your clients and public to walk through your virtual building during initial design development phases.
Defining the context of your building in relation to key neighborhood projects design characteristics.
Testing where people might likely circulate. Would they rather walk the ramp or climb the stairs? Do they want to congregate under, next to or away from architectural features?
Showing egress, nodes and spaces colouring them accordingly.
Manipulate materials and the shape of the building.
Defining hidden walls, balconies and office space
That the Foundation Stone has been laid. Let them experience the spatial effects, look and comment on the interior design.
Working with your teams remotely to develop ideas but all in the same Virtual Office for collaborative meetings.
“These are just a few examples of how virtual reality can make life simple and save money. We imagine you have other areas of responsibility that could take advantage of our virtual reality expertise and would welcome a conversation and a “virtual meeting” to discuss.”