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.
Being able to explore and understand your projects spatially is one of the strengths of virtual reality in the AEC industry. What makes the use case even more compelling is the ability to confidently make informed design decisions based on the tools and visuals available. One such tool is Sun Settings in Prospect, which makes use of location data ingrained in your files to produce accurate direct lighting in VR for daylighting studies.
Our latest update to Prospect Pro lets users export a list of flagged elements as a CSV file for later review. This feature can help you and your team have more efficient review sessions using your BIM model. Below, we outline the steps to get started and specific workflows for Revit, Dynamo, and Navisworks to VR .
Prospect Pro 1.8 is here! This update brings new features into Prospect that will make your VR meetings and presentations more productive.
We're strong believers in the idea that virtual reality has practical applications across a variety of industries and use cases, and building safety is no exception. The construction industry spends around $10 trillion annually worldwide, with a little over 10% of that amount being spent in the United States. Of that $1 trillion, a whopping $78 billion is wasted on things like rework, defect claims, and disputes, often due to code compliance and safety issues. This waste can be avoided through clearer and more immersive communication using VR.
Prospect 1.7 contains a new tool that allows you to read the materials and layers of an element while viewing your project in virtual reality. Additionally, we’ve added the ability to mark the object in red (flag it) so that it becomes clear which parts need to be reviewed and fixed in the original design.
Imagine this: you have an important client meeting tomorrow and your boss is asking for a perfect VR experience to show off your latest trillion square foot project. The computer can barely rotate the model on screen and you don't know if you can view your 3D model in VR. What do you do?