With recent advancements in the past decade, virtual reality is no longer only for the consumer. Architects, integrators, consultants, and customers alike can now eliminate the majority of problems that arise throughout the construction and integration process by experiencing the space they are building through VR first. This new process not only saves time and money but also increases customer satisfaction.
The first step in creating any new event space is the design specifications. During this phase of the project we try and plan for unforeseen hurdles that may arise, think poor audio quality due to room design, inability for displays to be seen by all participants, furniture that does fit in and so on. While trying to plan for the unknown is not impossible it is more likely than not that a problem will come up that was not accounted for. This is where VR comes into play.
With today's virtual reality programs, these potential issues can be addressed during the specification stage. Modus VR has produced a platform that enables you to entirely design and view a project in VR. Modus also took it step further by allowing users to alter the project with the press of a button so that you can swap out or resize furniture, check lighting conditions, test audio, eliminate blind spots and more. VR has become a part of the AV industry for the foreseeable future.