a tool for architectural visualization
Virtual Reality (VR) is a new, interactive way to show and immerse yourself in an unbuilt space.
- Renderings provide the viewer a 3D image, but one sees it as a 2D format (a flat image on a screen or print out), from one static viewpoint.
- Animation gives the audience the opportunity to see a walk-thru with various viewpoints, limited by a fixed, predetermined camera path.
VR is an experience. Whether you're watching it as a group up on a large screen or personally have the VR headset on, the experience is interactive and immersive. VR takes Design Development and pre-construction Sales to a completely new way of doing things.