Virtual Reality (VR) give you the ability to immerse yourself in a full-scale virtual prototype of your design before it’s built. This opens up a whole new world of possibilities for design review, client approval, functional testing, and even training.
VR Technology has experienced rapid growth within architecture, engineering and construction industries over the past three years.
VR provides a highly effective means of visualizing, marketing and selling an architectural project.
VR dovetails with a BIM workflow and serves as an integral part of virtual design review and construction planning.
Designers can rapidly prototype and more effectively convey architectural concepts and ideas to their clients and colleagues.
VR enables full-scale design reviews, to allow ergonomics testing for maintenance of equipment, as well as collaboration between geographically distributed teams. The sales team can leverage the technology to engage even the least technical prospects in a language that they understand. When planning factory layouts, VR can be used to quickly test the workability of various iterations of equipment placement.
In all of the above cases, VR is an effective means of competitive differentiation, providing an edge to companies who are able to offer immersive VR and collaboration methods.
Dual nVidia 1080GTX Graphics Processors – 5,120 CUDA Cores
HTC Vive Headset
Supermicro Professional Class VR Ready Workstation