Buttress has launched a new virtual reality service, expanding our digital capabilities and service offer to clients.
The suite utilises state-of-the-art technology and 3D software to create an artificial environment that allows clients and design teams to immerse themselves in a project. Equipped with a headset and intuitive hand-held controls, users can walk freely around and navigate the ‘virtual space’ which reacts as they explore and interact with it.
The technology also allows users to scan a QR code and load a 3D model of a project to their mobile phone, giving clients the opportunity to provide feedback on the move.
The technology is being employed on all projects that utilise BIM as an additional visual tool in the design development process.
Commenting on the technology, Managing Director, Gavin Sorby said: “We consistently review our services to ensure that we’re offering the best for our clients.
“We recognise that VR has incredible potential to transform our lives and this includes the way in which we design, and how we communicate those designs to clients and wider stakeholders, which is why we wanted to bring it in-house.
“The technology allows you to step inside a project and be immersed in a building in a way that can’t be achieved by 2D drawings or physical 3D models. Changes can be made to the design and reviewed from a first-hand perspective, which helps us make more informed design decisions, and improves communication between the client and the design team."
If you would like to visit the office and experience our virtual reality technology get in touch by emailing email@example.com
To load a panorama of the Church of the Ascension 3D model follow the link below or scan the QR code to experience the model on your mobile phone:
Church of the Ascension