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Published on February 13th, 2017 | by Guest

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Virtual Reality in Construction [Infographic]

Today, rather than thinking that the construction industry is purely bricks and mortar it has stepped into the 21st century by embracing the latest technological advancements in Virtual Realisation (VR) and Building Information Modelling (BIM).

We take a look at the ways VR and BIM is being used by construction companies to design and plan new buildings. The software and hardware being used enables construction companies to take clients on a virtual realisation tour inside and outside of a fully scaled project before a single brick has been laid.

These technological advances are changing the way the construction industry operates, and it is estimated that by the end of 2017 virtual technology will be used by over 90% of construction firms. So convinced that these new computerised methods are the way forward it is believed that construction VR and BIM will be the next big trend in technology.

The way buildings are planned and designed is rapidly changing beyond recognition as computers play a larger part within the construction industry. Take a look at the infographic below to discover more about the exciting new world of “Virtual Reality in Construction” and see how it will alter the way we think about the construction industry in the future.

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