Virtual Reality in Architectural Design
Your Live Link from BIM
Modern and innovative architects always try to add more value for clients. Virtual reality is their the key for more immerse and interactive presentations. How else can customers perceive their projects up close, feel changes in spatial planning immediately and walk through projects themselves?
Even though virtual reality has been around for some years, it was video gaming that pushed it as a mainstream option. Notable firms such as KPF, Foster + Partners, ARUP, LHB, and Hassell have chosen virtual reality with the Enscape plugin to optimize their workflow and presentations. 83% of the Top100 architectural firms are using Enscape for Real-Time Rendering and virtual reality.
Fully Immersive 3D Experience
Experience a building before it’s built. With virtual reality you create an immersive experience that touches clients emotionally and presents architectural ideas in the best way possible. Inspire your customers with the ease of navigation and high frame rates.
As the cost of headsets such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive or Microsoft Mixed Reality have dropped significantly, it is now an option for all modern architects and designers.
VR with Just One Click!
You can start virtual reality directly from your project in Revit, SketchUp, Rhino or ArchiCAD: no need to upload or change your workflow. Architects and designers get a better feel for the project and enhance their productivity and iteration process.
Navigating through your model is easy. Select view from favorites and take screenshots from within virtual reality. Presenting and reviewing projects has never been easier.
Take on projects of epic proportions
Using Virtual Reality for Project Presentations
Give your customers, employees or important stakeholders with a successful virtual reality experience. Check on how you can explore virtual reality in Revit and how easy it is to navigate in the model.
Real-Time Rendering and Virtual Reality with Rhino
Visualize your Rhino design in real-time. See how to use Enscape during the design process or in front of a client; let them navigate their model, survey static images, or dive into virtual reality.