TruVision offers futuristic virtual reality for architecture experiences, allowing you to virtually walk around your new structure or environment prior to its construction.
The company transforms models and drawings created by architects with state of the art technology to create fully immersive, architectural visualisations and environments designed for 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.
TruVision have helped clients in a variety of ways to look into the future, from luxurious super yachts to University campus tours. Virtual reality offers architects, interior designs and anyone in the construction industry a collaborative way to display and immerse their clients in their designs, and at TruVision they have been working with clients to reduce the amount of costly designs decisions.
Brand new features enable the user to experience designs of a 3D virtual space, and make real-time changes to their interior furnishings and fittings to suit their needs and stylistic choices. This is achieved by allowing the user to hover over the object they wish to change and displaying a menu that allows them to cycle through all the available options such as different kitchen counters or styles of dining chairs and tables.
Through this feature the user is able to re-design the core parts of their kitchen in the blink of an eye, to their own tastes. This information can then be passed back over to a designer allowing them both to have full understanding on the clients style and preferences. TruVision believe that these features allow clients to have more independently designed homes and buildings, by injecting more of their personal preferences into the design through changing things such as furniture designs, colours and patterns.
Visit TruVision at Ecobuild, Excel London 8-10 March 2016 on stand E4101.
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