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VR & AR PRESENTATIONS

Virtual Reality – VR presentations help our clients to get inside of their project and experience the virtual prototype of their asset.

It can be a 3D model of a building, a landscape, industrial plant etc. or a point cloud of a scanned facility that will be renovated.

All of them can be converted into virtual reality and seen in a VR goggles so you can immerse yourself in the digital, 3-dimentional space. 

This technology allows you to get a better perception of your asset and it’s characteristics.

Augmented Reality – AR is a new solution that today is being mostly used for marketing purposes, however we are working with AR hardware and software providers on adopting their apps for AECOO industry.

We can clearly see how the industry can benefit from the new applications, especially in BIM visualizations, construction coordination, deficiency tracking, asset data management in the industrial Operations & Maintenance sector and Facility Management. 

Please contact us to find out more about our Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Services.

What are the Differences Between Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality?

For presentations of 3D CAD spaces, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) provide significantly different experiences. The right technology depends on the needs of your project and the built assets that you are working with.

Virtual reality allows for a fully virtualized, computer-generated environment that can be viewed and sometimes interacted with through a VR headset. Virtual reality can also be viewed through a standard computer monitor or another presentation device, at the expense of immersive visualization. Virtual reality is ideal for viewing spaces for built assets that are yet to be developed, or when site access would be inconvenient, unsafe, or otherwise unfeasible.

Augmented reality (AR) is slightly different. It uses technology like cameras and portable monitors, headsets, or smartphones to feedback live images with a computer-generated overlay. Augmented reality can be used to show elements that don’t yet exist. It is suited to on-site presentations where stakeholders want to visualize projects within the context of their real-world surroundings.

If you want to utilize VR or AR on your next project, contact the team at GET-TECH Innovative Solutions today.