Step Into Our World.
Immerse’ by WG Architects is a project which allows us to be a part of the fastest growing interactive industry through Virtual Reality [VR], Augmented Reality [AR] & Video Fly-through [FT]. These technologies assist in artificially creating a virtual experience whilst stimulating the senses; bringing your dreams to a virtual reality.
We are currently testing ways to evolve projects into a 3D real-time environment. The benefit of implementing this into our workflow will allow clients and all users alike to interact with the project environment without the need to be able to understand or read architectural drawings and plans.
It’s time for the architectural profession to prepare for a revolution which is about to alter the manner in which we design and present space. The current use of 2D plans and rendered representations rely on the designer and client to meet upon common ground of understanding. With the use of these new VR technologies, we can bridge this gap, allowing the client to virtually experience exactly what the designer had envisioned.
With Immerse VR projects having compatibility on multiple devices, these experiences can be shared at any time and place, from a large projection screen in a boardroom, to a mobile device used with ease. This interoperability coupled with the use of VR-Ready Goggles, such as Google Vardboard, Samsung Gear VR or Immerse’s own brand of 3D goggles provided with each project. This elevates the experience even further; bringing you into our world of Virtual Design. It is this experience, coupled with a hunger for technological advancement and architectural innovation which is the outcome WG Architects and Immerse are constantly committed to delivering.
Virtual reality [VR] provides an inside 360 degree perspective where the user can ‘look around’ a room, structure or building and zoom in and out, from a fixed point. This can be done using goggles to provide a sense of genuine presence in the room, or a screen.
Augmented Reality [AR] enables the projection of a 3D design image using a tablet of phone. It provides a user directed ability to turn the structure around, or to physically move around the image and see it from any chosen perspective.
Fly through [FT] takes the viewer on a journey as they transit either through, past or around the structure, along a pre-determined course and view set angles. This can include animations, visual effects and in ultra-high definition becomes lifelike and photo-realistic.