How architecture firms turn to VR

Designing for the Future with Augmented and Virtual Reality Tools

This year will see the commercial release of several virtual reality (VR) headsets, as well as the shipping of the developer edition of Microsoft’s augmented reality HoloLens. Both augmented reality (AR) and VR technologies hold potential in design workflow and client relations. Of the two, VR is currently the more widely used in architecture. It immerses users in a self-contained, digitally generated world or simulation of an unbuilt project. ….[READ]

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