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Three ways virtual reality (VR) can improve the design process

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Three ways virtual reality (VR) can improve the design process

Cayas Architects’ partner, Jeremy Ward is passionate about using modern technology such as VR to advance design and improve the design process for venue owners, operators and managers.

At the most fundamental level, VR allows you to walk around and experience what it feels like to be in your newly designed space before it’s built. However, the benefits of using VR go well beyond enhancing the client’s user-experience.

Here, he talks to Architecture & Design Magazine about the implications VR can have on the cost, communication, accuracy and efficiency of the design.