XR & 3D for Construction & Building
We are an Australian creative studio that creates ‘XR’ content and applications for the construction & budling industry. Building VR, MR & AR applications to aid the building process and creating beautiful visualisations through renders, animations & 3D scanning.
XR Technologies for Construction & Building
From virtual site inspections and project planning to training and collaboration, XR technologies can improve efficiency, accuracy, and safety in the construction industry. With 3D modeling and visualization tools, architects and builders can create and explore virtual building designs in real-time, making changes and adjustments before construction even begins. Construction workers can use XR simulations for safety training, equipment operation, and on-site instruction. Additionally, XR technologies can provide remote access to the construction site, allowing stakeholders to monitor progress and make decisions in real-time, ultimately leading to cost savings and faster project completion times.
Learn about the technologies we offer for Construction & Building
Adding VR to the planning and colloboration phases of large construction projects can help stakeholders make key decisions quicker and with more clarity.
Adding AR to construction sites can help teams visualize designs in real-time and prevent errors and miscommunications during the building process.
MR can be used in construction projects to overlay virtual models on top of the real world, providing workers with detailed instructions and allowing them to visualize the final product in site.
Architects and builders can use 3D rendering software to create detailed digital models of their projects, allowing for better visualization and collaboration during the planning stages.
3D Web development can be used to create virtual walkthroughs of construction projects, allowing stakeholders to visualize and make critical decisions on design and layout before construction begins.
3D scanning can also be used to create accurate digital models of construction sites, allowing architects, builders, and stakeholders to collaborate and make decisions based on a realistic representation of the site.