Virtual-reality tools are already seeping into the architectural milieu and sooner than many of us can imagine, will be able to help architects and designers create buildings and products intuitively in the 3d space around them. Want to swap a material? Done. Not happy with the width of that corridor? Slip on a headset and narrow it in seconds.
And that’s just the beginning. Even the technology enthusiasts behind the movement towards virtual reality haven’t yet realised all the possibilities this fast-emerging field has to transform the descipline.
(Elly Earls, Leaf Review 22)
VRtisan’s Ekke Piirisild joins the discussion about how virtual reality can be used as an architectural design and communication tool.
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