Today’s the day! Prospect 2.2 is here.
PART II: HOW TO IMPLEMENT VR TECHNOLOGY WITHIN YOUR FIRM
Earlier this month, we hosted a webinar with Justin Benjamin of Perkins + Will to find out how they’re operationalizing VR and increasing design efficiency. This is the second post in a two-part series that will recap and share insights on use cases for VR and implementing it within an Architecture firm.
Part I: How to Use VR in Architecture for Visual Validation, Collaboration, and Model Coordination
Earlier this month, we hosted a webinar with Justin Benjamin of Perkins+Will to find out how they’re operationalizing VR and increasing design efficiency. This is the first post in a two-part blog series that will recap and share insights on use cases for VR and
Design review is a crucial part of the building process, but according to recent research from Nvidia, 85% of companies believe that it’s time-consuming and often results in delays in moving the project forward. That’s why architecture firms across the globe are using new technologies - like VR - to transform how they approach design reviews and walkthroughs.
Prospect 2.1 has arrived! The features we’ve included bring several updates to the VR experience that will make your client walkthroughs and review sessions even more productive.
Communicating your design vision to clients and stakeholders is one of the most crucial moments for your project. Generating interest and excitement is not only what moves things forward, but it helps build solid relationships that can turn into repeat business for your firm.
Last quarter we released some major Prospect features and improvements that help you collaborate with team members and clients from anywhere in the world. We’ve also improved your VR toolkit and expanded into the world of FBX.
DeForest Architects (DA) is 12-person architecture firm known for creative, collaborative design that ‘plays well with others.’ Adventurous, design-savvy clients seek out the firm for its unique approach to making the design process accessible, engaging…and just plain fun. To do that, DA employs a wide range of low and high-tech tools, from wood blocks and sketch paper, to the latest BIM software and Prospect.
Understanding industry trends and new Revit developments are two of the most important parts of our work. Midwest University is one of several conferences we attend to stay up-to-date on what’s new while sharing our own product advancements and ideas on how VR and AR will move the industry forward. This year’s conference will allow us to explore the future of the industry, connect with users face to face, and learn in these classes:
This month, we're putting the spotlight on Sam Al-Mutawa, one of the original members of our Customer Experience (CX) team. Sam talks about his role, what he's excited for in 2018, and his favorite buildings and spaces. If you want to read some of Sam's work, check out his blog post on Daylighting Studies in Prospect.