(Cadalyst) Soluis Group, an architecture visualization company situated in Scotland, narrowed the gap between their particular Radisson client’s objectives and reality through Epic Games’ Unreal motor and VR solutions. Augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) make viewing renderings a far more immersive and realistic knowledge. The Soluis staff uses “anything and everything” offered — from the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Microsoft HoloLens for their own custom-designed immersive watching solutions.
Soluis collaborated with Glasgow design studio Graven pictures to generate renderings for the first Radisson RED hotel for Carlson Rezidor. The Soluis group unearthed that CAVE-type VR watching surroundings, which task content onto three or even more wall space of a cube-shaped area, were too boxy. So that they developed their very own solution: an “immersive dome.” The hemispherical, concave, full-height viewer provides a 180 level view, accommodates numerous men and women at a time, and permits individuals to see styles at complete 1-to-1 scale.
Published at Mon, 17 Jul 2017 11:44:57 +0000