The site has been chosen. The blueprints have been drafted. It is time to start building. But wait; wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could see the finished structure even before it was finished? Thanks to XR, you can. Using a smart device, XR makes it possible to view a 3D model of the proposed structure in the right context and an immersive 360-degree view—whether on the 2D blueprint or the actual site. If you are working in the construction sector, you can understand how critical it is to get every step right in the architectural journey. Mistakes can be time-consuming, not to mention costly.
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Traditionally, inspection works have been carried out manually by more than one person with documentation taking a long time to process. Using XR, however, an engineer can get a virtual look at what is being built and is able to compare it side by side with the floor plan, making the overall process faster and more efficient.
XR allows tenants and homeowners to easily visualize interior furnishings by overlaying AR on the actual living space. This has been leveraged by many companies including Houzz, a design firm.
XR makes it possible for real estate agents to give potential tenants and buyers a tour of the location without them having to actually be there. This streamlines the overall process of buying and renting by enabling easier decision-making.
One of the greatest challenges in the aftermath of a severe earthquake is re-constructing homes and other buildings. By using XR, city planners and developers can get an accurate view of where buildings used to be while also being able to assess the extent of damage.