WHAT WE DO

Traditionally, designs by engineers and architects start as two-dimensional drawings and then lead to 3D work using computer-aided design (CAD) programs. Lastly, a mock-up, prototype or model is built to scale for the client to review. The processes are expensive, time consuming and ultimately limited in their ability to fully present a view of what will be the final product. Virtual Reality provides the opportunity to do everything more efficiently and accurately.

PROJECT COSTS

PROJECT TIME

TYPICAL PROJECT SCHEDULE WITH MAJOR REVISIONS

CASE STUDIES

Below are several examples of AVR Studio saving time and money for our clients on their projects.

Case Study #1

On this Project, we worked with the developer to preview their home in the middle of construction. We started work from an existing model. Upon initial entrance, the developer noticed that the panoramic landscape view was completely obstructed and only visible from the kitchen. Additionally, the house felt very confusing and the height of the ceilings were too high in comparison to the width of the hallways. Lastly, the size of the master bedroom and maid’s bedroom felt much smaller than it appeared in the floor plans. Through our virtual walkthrough we were able to reveal these and anticipate what could have potentially become a construction nightmare.

Findings:

  • Narrow Hallways
  • Confusing Floor Plans
  • Blocked views upon entrance
  • Odd relationship between rooms.
  • Bedrooms felt smaller than they appeared on the plans.

Case Study #2

On this Project, we worked with the architect and developer. They had both a 3D model and renderings and had attempted to market the property with just those tools, however potential clients could not visualize the house on the site. We started from a base model and proceeded to create a version of the house based on the renderings provided. By walking the home in VR with the next prospective buyer, we were able to describe the project without the need for two-dimensional drawings or renderings. After walking the design using AVR’s model, the buyer decided to purchase the project that same day.

Findings:

  • Potential clients did not understand the view.
  • Sold the house based on the virtual walkthrough prior to ground even being broken.

COMPARISON OF CONCEPT TO VR CREATION

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