London Director Andy Hudson explains the benefits of Virtual Reality technology for architects and clients

Chapman Taylor Director Andy Hudson has written an Insight paper explaining some of the key types of Virtual Reality technology used in the design process and the advantages they bring for designers, clients and others.

Digital technology has become a crucial design and showcasing tool for companies across the property sector, and Virtual Reality (VR) is a key part of that trend. Businesses which embrace the opportunities afforded by various forms of Immersive Media are finding that it brings numerous advantages, helping them to pull ahead of their competitors.

Chapman Taylor has invested in state-of-the-art Desktop Virtual Reality (VR) technology to add to its existing VR capabilities. Our HTC Vive VR technology gives our designers and clients the opportunity to experience the projects they are working on in a completely immersive way, even before construction has begun.

Clients who have used our technology to explore our BIM models virtually have spoken about how it made the design easily accessible to them, allowing them to perceive their projects in a new light. We are already using Mobile VR technology, and we are also exploring Augmented/Mixed Reality technology to assess its benefits for our design teams and clients.

To read this Insight paper please CLICK HERE.

For more information, please contact:

Andy Hudson
Director (London)

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