The Leap Motion’s hand tracking prowess simplifies interaction, aids the sense of immersion, and allows for creative interaction concepts.
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Entries by Logan S.
Augmented Reality is so fun for real world architectural applications because you can start manipulating the physical real world in virtual space. Instead of a hologram floating arbitrarily in space, we have a real world wall and floor we can play with in virtual space and express in different ways–all on the fly.
Bevel and SXD are teaming up for a Virtual/Augmented Reality Happy Hour THIS Thursday April 10 from 4:30-7 PM. Join us for a Virtual Reality Open House at WeWork Custom House! Come prepared to immerse yourself in the streets of a far way city, try your skills at 3D Sketching, or take a tour of […]
Our friends at Greypants Studio invited Bevel to show off how Virtual Reality can improve design and communication at their fourth annual party. It’s a free event with lots of great people and products to see. RSVP below. We hope to see you there!
Word is out. Bevel’s Logan and Simon are speaking at the Maker Faire about their experience at the intersection of VR and Making.
360 degree photos are a peek into the potential of VR but a long way from actually realizing that potential.
The use of Virtual Reality at architecture and construction firms is not exactly the future anymore…
“When I place the building here, how does it affect my views? How does it affect the views of the buildings behind me? Will my community garden get enough sunlight? The process of placing my buildings in their context, making changes, and then testing those changes by occupying the design at full scale took 30 seconds.”
Last weekend, the Bevel team attended the Digital Construction Summit in Portland. Here were some of the overarching themes.
Using a VR mockup, the hospital saved the cost and labor of making a physical mock-up which would have involved 100’s of pounds of foam and cardboard and days of labor (savings approx. $45,000).