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Improving Design Collaboration through Virtual Reality

12-21-15

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Jeffersonville, IN – The human brain is capable of incredible things, but not every person can visualize a three-dimensional space or building while viewing a two-dimensional drawing such as a floor plan. Using VR to illustrate spaces in three dimensions facilitates extensive collaboration. The essence of highly productive collaboration is that all parties are fully engaged in the review and commentary on design solutions.

At TEG Architects, design collaboration has been taken to the next level with virtual reality (VR). By utilizing this technology, the client is essentially able to step into their building during the project development process – viewing a truly realistic, 360-degree environment.

“This is only the start of how technology is improving TEG’s abilities to engage our clients in the facility design process.”

– Wayne Estopinal, President of TEG Architects

Studioe, TEG’s in-house 3D department, has integrated this tool into their workflow to provide real-time collaboration with our clients. Clients are immersed into the spaces of their new facility – illustrating scale, material and color – and are given the opportunity to provide feedback immediately.

“The reaction to this tool has been very positive. We use it for in-house design collaboration as well as client design sessions,” stated Charles Crochet, Senior Project Illustrator. “Being able to integrate VR into our workflow allows us to optimize collaboration in a truly unique and immersive experience.”

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Brandi Jones
Marketing Coordinator
TEG Architects
903 Spring Street | Jeffersonville, IN
T. 812.282.3700
E. BKJONES@TEG123.COM

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