The construction industry is changing fast. Today, rather than thinking of bricks and mortar computers and virtual reality are making their mark on the way construction projects are designed and built.
In this infographic we take a look at how virtual reality is being used to design and plan buildings and how clients are being taken into a virtual realisation (VR) building to agree the plans before the ground works have started or one brick has been laid.
We’ve also included a step-by-step guide of how VR and BIM (Building Information Modelling) offers firms a visual insight of an internal and external fully scaled and furnished building by companies using pioneering software and hardware technological advances that will change the way the construction industry designs the buildings of the future.
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By the end of the year virtual technology will be used by 93% of construction firms, which is incredible when you consider just how new VR technology is. It’s believed by 65% of those in the construction industry that virtual reality will be the next big technology trend, It looks like it will be exciting times ahead, so, take a look at the infographic to find out more about the current and emerging world of “Virtual Reality in Construction”.
What are some of the devices used in this VR for construction? Many are familiar names!
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