In construction and development, VR proves effectiveness by allowing the clients to explore and get a more tangible idea of the look and a feeling of a property before buying it.
Back in time, we thought it is something out of the world. Could we imagine that the foundation for this technology development had already been laid just like a foundation of a building?
Talking about buildings, it is very time- and money-consuming to make any major changes once the construction begins – and VR can be a solution. At devabit, we have created a complex solution to address these problems: a virtual reality application allowing apartment buyers to get an exact idea of how it is going to look like and introduce any changes before a single brick is laid.
The construction of a building can be simulated in virtual reality as in its normal environment. In addition, in the next versions of the application, there will be a community hub where all the dwellers can communicate with each other,
One important factor that had to be thoroughly tested is the viability of an architectural design. We managed to present a seamless navigation for walking through a virtual copy of a building, traversing hallways and opening doors and windows. In a virtual environment, clients can instantly experience design elements such as lighting, fixtures, flooring materials as well as incorporate furnishings to get a real sense of how the finished space will look.
Another task was to test factors referring to the building itself. Instead of designing a structure, we reduced the current number of errors in the completed building and got the positive client interactions along with increased customer satisfaction. As a result, end clients got a better understanding of the space and how a completed project would look like. After all, while quantity goes a long way, quality makes more sense in the long run.
First and foremost, a VR-based visual interface allows clients to validate and evaluate the purchase. VR technologies guide potential buyers along the way and work as a manual to their future home.
A community hub is an integral part of any smart house but also one of the key values for the end client.