XR & 3D for Architecture & Design
We are an Australian creative studio that creates ‘XR’ content and applications for the Architecture & Design Industry. We us the latest in 3D, VR, AR, MR & Scanning technologies to help companies in this sector engage with their clients and colleagues.
XR Technologies for Architecture & Design
XR technologies, such as 3D rendering and virtual reality, are transforming the architecture and design industry by allowing professionals to create immersive experiences that help clients visualise their projects. Architects and designers can create accurate and detailed 3D models of their designs, which can be viewed from all angles, enabling them to identify potential issues and make changes before construction begins. Clients can explore virtual models and walkthroughs of their projects, providing them with a better understanding of the space, materials, and textures. This results in better collaboration between architects, designers, and clients, ultimately leading to more successful and satisfying design projects.
Learn about the technologies we offer for Architecture & Design
Creating game-engine driven, real-time rendered, 3D spaces allow clients and stakeholders to experience off-plan architectual projects in a fully immersive way.
AR can be used to visualize architectural designs in real-world environments, allowing clients to see how their projects will look before construction even begins.
MR can be used to overlay virtual models onto real-world environments, allowing architects and designers to visualize and manipulate their designs in situ for more accurate planning.
Creating game-engine driven, real-time rendered, 3D spaces allow clients and stakeholders to experience off-plan architectual projects in a fully immersive way..
Using 3D web design, we can create interactive web-based visualizations of architectural projects, allowing clients and stakeholders to virtually explore and experience off-plan projects in real-time..
3D scanning technology can be used to create precise digital models of existing buildings, allowing architects and designers to better plan renovations and additions.