Construction and development

Virtual reality has finally found its place in real construction. Creating a sense of presence inside an architectural project, VR opens up a world entirely generated by a computer. Now you don’t need to spend hours explaining on your fingers and words what you can show in virtual reality in a minute!

Three-dimensional visualization of architectural solutions

VR allows you to see an object that has not yet been built on a natural scale, “walk” and “feel” yourself in the future space. A special headset or smartphone is enough to interact with the house even before it is built.

What does three-dimensional visualization of projects provide?

  • Maximum information. VR provides a detailed image of the building in real time, inside and out, at any time of the day, information about materials, their manufacturers and cost.
  • A minimum of errors. VR technologies allow you to identify and eliminate errors at the design stage, solve problems of crossing communications, calculate the volume of construction and installation work as accurately as possible, and check solutions for compliance with standards.
  • Wide range of options. Virtual “fitting” of interiors, the ability to repaint walls with one click, remove or add decorative elements, affecting the overall concept and budget of construction – all this is possible with VR.
  • Effective cooperation. BIM technologies allow you to combine all participants in the process – customers, designers, builders – into one common process. All of them have access to the database.

Joint inspection of design projects in VR

VR greatly improves the concept of development. Virtual reality technologies allow you to deeply analyze an object, view the interior and exterior in particulars, and create a presentation with a WOW effect. Architectural 3D visualization is ordered not only by architects, developers and construction companies, but also by designers to demonstrate the interior, furniture, etc.

VR is used for:

  • spectacular presentations of an architectural object;
  • creation of selling advertising videos;
  • development of a virtual tour of the future building.

Interior configurators complement the concept of BIM models, making them the most effective “sellers” of future residential and commercial architectural projects.

The use of BIM technologies gives a real advantage when one sells apartments that have not yet been built. Virtual reality allows buyers to “try on” houses, feel it as their own. Presentations in VR format are an opportunity to walk around the rooms, pick up wallpapers, and get emotional pleasure from being in your “own” apartment. This is a real chance to make a potential investor, customer and buyer fall in love with a future architectural project.