London developer LBS Properties has secured planning at appeal for a £230m mixed-use skyscraper on the Isle of Dogs in London next to Canary Wharf.
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Lifelike renders combine with touch and even smell to sell prime real estate
Lendlease is working in partnership with Southwark Council to deliver a GBP£2 billion regeneration programme on 28 acres of land in the centre of London's Elephant & Castle.
A new video released by TheB1M displays how one of London’s tallest new skyscrapers, 22 Bishopsgate, is benefiting from immersive 4D virtual reality during planning and delivery.
Although it can be said that virtual-, augmented-, and mixed-reality technologies are in their infancy, they’re already pointing the way toward how the future will play out.
The use of physical models is common in medical construction. Operating rooms, ERs, and other hospital components are complex, so trial runs are necessary to ensure that vital life-support systems
The Vive Focus news continues with a push outside of gaming.
A recent study by ARC Document Solutions singled out virtual reality as the most powerful emerging technology in the construction industry. Over half (65.3%) of the architectural, engineering, and construction management professionals surveyed said VR
Virtual and augmented reality (VR, AR) technologies have become integral to the construction industry. Once confined solely to gaming, VR’s potential uses in other industries didn’t take long to become evident.
Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook, demonstrates an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset and Oculus Touch controllers.
Igloo Vision, which creates immersive 360° projection environments, has launched several new updates to its visualisation software suite. The company works with a wide range of architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) clients,
Tech giant HP has launched a virtual reality backpack with major potential uses in the construction industry.