Design In Reality

With Design In Reality, one can observe the future structure in a way as if it was already completed on the construction site.

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Design In Reality enables:

  1. Observing the future structure in a way as if it was already be completed.
  2. Answering questions about size, suitability, and the surrounding environment.
  3. Understanding if the structure conforms to the requirements and the customer’s wishes.

In what cases is the service needed?

Design In Reality comes in handy if the structure is being built in a complex or demanding environment. The benefit is greatest if the construction process has not yet started and the parties involved in or affected by the construction (designers, builders, customers, residents) have not yet been informed of the effects of the construction.

Informing of citizens and sale of premises

Every new building affects the future environment for a long time. Design In Reality enables to introduce the changes accompanying the new building to the surrounding residents and future owners simply and intuitively.

Discovering problems

Design In Reality enables discovering problems and inconsistencies already in the beginning of the construction process. With the help of visual solutions, all parties will get a common overview about suitability of the design.

Workflow in Design In Reality

First

First, the surrounding environment must be mapped. For this purpose, we mainly use drones (UAV), but also other modern data acquisition methods. The surroundings will be mapped precisely and quickly.

Second

In the second stage, the 3D model of the future building must be uploaded into the surrounding environment. The building will be placed precisely to the surrounding environment, to the correct future location.

Third

We will visualise data according to the customer’s wishes. The model can be viewed with the help of virtual reality (VR) as well as augmented reality (AR). It is possible to view the width, height, and depth observe building, as well as other factors – for example, the angle of sunlight depending on the time and season.

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