Getting a Sneak Preview
Everything You Need to Help Visualize Your Project
Animations are “pre-recorded” clips depicting travel around a building or site, enhancing the experientiality of viewing your project and allowing for significantly more depth versus still images.
Virtual tours allow users to take self-guided trips through spaces, travel from room to room or site to site, perform 360-degree spins, and click on icons for additional information. Here are a few examples in various market sectors:
Virtual Reality (VR) Walk-Throughs
Virtual reality is the closest thing to experiencing what a space is like before it’s built. VR lets you “walk” as you would in the real world, explore environments at eye-level; look up, down, and around as your head moves; traverse floors fluidly; move in and out of doors; change seasons, times of day, and weather; and generally have complete control over your experience.