Virtual Reality Technologies in Architecture and Engineering

Posted by grace on January 20th, 2018

Virtual reality (VR) is a technology which permits to make virtual objects and 3D virtual worlds which are hosted on the computer’s recollections. VR technology has so much potential for architects and engineering. From initial design mock-ups, to project collaboration, through to the finishing touches that make a building design go from great, virtual reality possesses the capability to really sell an idea better than any other medium. The virtual reality is also integrated in multimedia presentation to describe to the virtual 3D walkthroughs in the buildings, in virtual museums and in archaeological sites. Then VR is immersive, creating a computer-generated environment that replaces the real world.
Virtual Reality Development in architecture design is relatively slow than in the field of entertainment. One reason of it is because the demand of architect in design is not adequately reflected in the VR application. A virtual reality system is a computer application capable of generating a 3D environment in which the user is an active participant and interacts with the artical world using a range of multisensory interfaces. The Virtual Reality systems are creating a new way to experience the world, and architectural visualization must keep upon. Architects can create virtual, real-scale building plan models that clients can virtually experience, enabling them to understand how a space will look and feel, before constructing it. The real and virtual are two separate spheres and are not related to each other as we are accustomed to rapporting us, then accepting such a strong interconnection between them it is differences and boundaries that distinguished them were dissolved and made unrecognizable. For more.....

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