For designers, there are many advantages to using VR. But the technology makes its biggest impact in the client experience. As a firm focusing on collaboration with its clients, virtual reality became a difference-maker.
It has helped to bridge any communication gaps between designers and their client.
For most clients, seeing designs in two dimensions on a blueprint or even 3D on a computer screen requires some imagination to visualize a space. What may not have been clear in the description and images of the designed space becomes obvious when viewing it through VR goggles.
By allowing them into the virtual space, they get to experience the built environment even before the design is complete. VR also helps clients and designers enhance the space with material and furnishing selections, site lines and sustainable decisions.
VR compacts the design process, allowing clients and designers to understand each other more quickly and more thoroughly. In fact, it guides all aspects of an integrated design process, savings both time and money, and ensuring an optimal client experience.
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