VIRTUAL REALITY and CG visualisations aren’t anything new in the architectural sector, they are industry standard. Ask any of our VR and AR clients in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth.
Viewport has lead the way for immersive tech, such as virtual reality and CGI, to merge with the architecture industry in Australia. The medium possesses the ability to convey spaces and ideas better than any other. The possibilities are endless – from initial design mock-ups, to project collaboration, through to the finishing detail. Immersive and interactive tech in architecture builds emotional connections, exceeding the scope of any stock image presentation.
VR & AR in ARCHITECTURE
Allow your clients to immerse themselves in your design. As each of us perceive spaces differently, creating individual experiences with VR encourages deeper personal association with your project. Whether that be from the client, or council.
The immersive nature of the technology enables clients to understand space like no other platform. Accuracy is key when showcasing your design, and customisation is king for efficiency in both time and cost.
Take a step into the future, impressing clients and giving your brand the competitive edge that promotes repeat business and brand recognition.
A one time investment in virtual reality empowers architects to closes deals:
- Give customers an authentic feel of the space
- Create individual experiences
- Elevate design presentations
- Amplify your competitive edge
With tangible benefits, results follow.
Architectural Visualisations & CGI Renders
CGI is the art of utilising computer software to create strikingly precise and beautiful imagery that will have you convinced it’s the real thing.
The importance of presenting high quality images and directions of projects from all angles is crucial to gaining the buy-in of potential investors. This is well established in the industry.
Viewport has the experience required to guarantee architects the emotive, photorealistic, high quality renderings needed to win over clients and meet their every need.
Ranging from family owned wineries to skyscrapers made by multinational corporations these rendering techniques are in high demand across the board. They save money and time, simplifying the planning approval process. With cutting edge computer generated imagery, we can vividly illustrate your vision, with crystal clear quality.
With CGI stills and the benefits covered – let’s move on to 3D animations and video. A little more fresh in the industry, with much to be benefited.
One of the mutual benefits of these platforms is that it provides the user a better sense of space. Imagine guiding your client through your design, while they easily picture what each room and space feels like. 3d video animations and virtual tours demonstrate this like no other medium – and space awareness is undoubtedly a feature of value when selling a project.
Fly Throughs & WalkThroughs
Developing 3D fly throughs from the most appealing perspective, is one of the most effective ways of visualising and selling your project. Whether it’s birds eye view or close ups of architectural detail, interactive fly throughs inject dynamism to any project, presentation, or property.
Likewise, walkthroughs are a simulation of an experience as if you were inspecting the structure in real life. This comes in a video form so that together we control and guide the user to exactly what we want to highlight in your design. This could include music, captions, and voice overs to create an engaging presentation of a photorealistic presentation to wow and educate clients.
Virtual Reality Tours in the Architecture Field
A Virtual Reality tour differs from a fly/walk through because of one key element – we put the control in the users hands.
A virtual reality tour is designed to create individual experiences for those interested. Placing your client within your design. Not only do they allow for the user to choose their exploration, it is a customisable computer generated showcase that allows your design to be displayed virtually for clients to engage and interact with.
Once again this is where spatial awareness comes into play, allowing the client to maneuver around the area as they would if it was real life – taking closer look into interior details and discovering the possibilities of your project.
“Design communication is advancing rapidly. The use of tools such as virtual reality (VR) has become a commonplace practice for design teams. Mixed reality offers additional benefits to virtual reality by overlaying virtual objects onto a real physical environment.”
Viewport is well established in the field of architectural renderings, working with architectural firms to deliver high quality, photo real work. Check out our portfolio and reach out for more information.