Virtual reality for architecture
TruVision offers futuristic virtual reality for architecture experiences, allowing you to virtually walk around your new structure or environment prior to its construction. We take models and drawings created by architects and use state of the art technology to create fully immersive architectural visualisations and environments designed to be used with virtual reality headsets.
Experiencing a structure in virtual reality allows you to grasp a sense of scale that a flat architectural blueprint or visualisation simply cannot provide. It also gives the opportunity to spot any issues with the structure before its built, avoiding costly post-build alterations.
For more information, see our dedicated page on Designing Buildings Wiki.
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