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Voted "Local Hero in VR & AR" at DC WebFest 2018

virtual reality

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, personally have the VR headset on, or are in VR with multiple "players", the experience is interactive and immersive.  VR takes Design Development and pre-construction Sales to a completely new way of doing things.

Compatible Headsets

360 VR Panoramic Rendering + Animation


Immersive + Interactive VR


Content Creation

IMD focuses on Content Creation to make Virtual Reality applications meaningful and easy to use.

There is a 60% higher retention rate from information conveyed

through an immersive experience compared to traditional learning.

This company does amazing work. They prepared virtual reality tours of our buildings while they were still under construction. We were skeptical at first, but blown away by their talent, professionalism, and the product they produced. We will and have already highly recommended them, and we’ll continue to use them for future projects.
— Kenneth Segarnick, CCO Brandywine Living

featured projects

360° vr tour, online experience

(Compatible with Google VR headsets)

Single 360° Rendering, embedded online

Single 360° Rendering, embedded online

interactive vr with htc vive headset

Left: This is a walk-thru Animation created using Real-Time Rendering of a commercial office space created in Interactive VR.

Center: This is a recording of someone navigating a VR office space. You’ll notice the quality of the visuals you can expect, and the interactivity to see all around you, move freely from one area to another, and other benefits like being able to take snapshots for your desired viewpoint.

Right: The headset experience, show parallel to the view you would see if you were standing next to the person with the headset. You’ll notice the interactivity options within the space, giving purpose and meaning to the use of the technology in Architectural Visualization.

Implement VR 

There's so much more to see.  Try on VR headsets, experience projects and custom applications.  Get your questions answered and discuss the possibilities for your company.