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With the availability of affordable headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, VR is now within reach of AEC firms of all sizes. Greg Corke explores this brave new virtual world. It’s an all too familiar scenario: an architect enters a building for the first time and the space doesn’t quite match the vision of his or her design. However beautiful a static rendered image may be, traditional design visualisation can only convey so much, even when the scene is rendered at eyelevel with furniture for scale. At Gensler, design director and principal Hao Ko knows the feeling. “You still have to make a translation in your mind, in terms of how tall this space is going to feel,” he says. “More often than not, I’ll go to my own projects and I’ll be like, ‘Wow! That’s a lot bigger than I expected.’ You still have those moments.” This, he says, is where virtual reality, or VR, comes in – and others in the industry are starting to reach the same conclusion.

VR head-mounted displays (HMDs) such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive have the power to change the way architects design and communicate buildings before they are built. The wearer is instantly immersed in a true three dimensional environment that gives an incredible sense of scale, depth and spatial awareness that simply cannot be matched by traditional renders, animations or physical-scale models. A VR experience with an HMD can fool your brain into thinking what you’re seeing is actually real. The WorldViz ‘Walk the Plank’ demo at Nvidia’s GTC event in April stopped me dead in my tracks. Even though I knew I was standing in an exhibition hall, I literally could not step forward for fear of falling. The sense of presence was overwhelming. It felt like I truly ‘existed’ in the scene and, from then on, the fight of mind over matter was well and truly lost.

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"Bana Yar Mehraz Iraninan" is delivering major benefits for Cilents, Contractors, developers, Project Managers, Sale Managers, Designers, and building owners by linking BIM with Virtual Reality And Augmented Reality on  projects in Iran.

Benefits of Using AR & VR:

  • Reducing Design Coordination Errors with VR, AR in Construction
  • The accuracy of construction projects
  • Save money and time
  • planning And Scheduling become more efficient and saves the time and effort of the team
  • build the Projects before the construction begins
  • Improving Safety And Training
  • Managing Projects Efficiently
  • No more “it does not look like I imagined” phrases
  • Remote virtual site visits
  • Enhance collaboration
  • Increase quality of Projects
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Virtual reality (VR) is “threatening” to change the construction industry in the near future.

VR technologies are far beyond the stage when it’s only gaming that can benefit from them. Virtual reality is slowly but steadily taking roots in major industries like Oil&Gas sector, and the construction specialists have also found several beneficial ways of using VR.
The industry often suffers from work process stoppages and constant budget extensions due to blueprint inaccuracies or unforeseen problems.
Construction works can take months or years depending on the project. But what if you could get into a house and check its every corner even before the foundation is laid?
VR technologies can make that possible, as well as enhance many other aspects of the industry.
Although traditional 3D models provide a somewhat better level of comprehension and interaction than bare blueprints and crude mock-ups, virtual reality has a lot more to offer.
From the very origin of planned construction as a concept, people have always used tools that help them visualize, model and analyze the future build.
First, it was a plain pen and paper and properly scaled mock-ups. But, thanks to numerous technological advancements, we now can recreate objects in a 3D environment using CAD software and Building Information Modeling (BIM).
However, computer-generated details do not provide the full experience of a completed building. Hence, an issue might arise where the client’s vision of the project does not match the designer’s.
Also, there are issues that are difficult to predict and which pop out after the beginning of the construction process.
As a result, workers are often forced to halt the progress in order to reconsider and re-assess the decisions made based on the initial design.
It often takes a lot of time and effort to understand what exactly clients need and make sure that the outcome meets their expectations fully.

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