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Virtual design through augmented reality glasses.

It started.
VR has come to interior design for good this year. It will soon become a part of our daily life. And over time, it can melt into the real environment, so that both realities will be indistinguishable ...
This will become as obvious as the daily Internet access. Or maybe air. Fascinated by the new VR technology - from virtual reality - they have no doubts, and skepticism usually makes them laugh.
Did anyone 10 years ago imagine that the whole family would be sitting at the table, everyone is looking at the screen of their own phone ?!

Virtual reality in interior design forever ?!

Spatial imagination is a skill that has been the subject of research for many years. If, just for a moment, research reveals that some are born with him and others are just studying him. Several years ago at the University of Toronto, a study showed that people who play computer games are better at testing 3D solids.\

Unfortunately, not every client of an interior designer is an active player and hence, sometimes misunderstandings arise in this industry. A table that is too small or an uncomfortable distance between the sofa and the TV is not as big of a problem as a bathroom that is too small. Unfortunately, such problems are usually discovered only after the completion of construction works, being at the same time a source of conflicts.
This is why design software developers have surpassed themselves for years with the most accurate representation of reality in the virtual world. Photorealistic 3D renderings that came out a few years ago were a huge breakthrough, but they're still flat. For this purpose, when designing them, designers use a wide angle during rendering to show as much as possible, resulting in little distortion.
Customers expect the best and best tools for presenting interior design. The first revolutionary step was the creation of animation in the form of video from the interior design. Along with the growing popularity of 3D TVs, films were also "aired", allowing you to see more and more space. However, the viewer was still a passive observer. This is why the second step was taken, allowing designers and their clients to find their way within the project.
An interesting fact is that you can view our virtual design through augmented reality glasses using cardboard glasses.
All you have to do is put the VR glasses on your head with the phone displaying the interior previously exported by the designer. This functionality became popular very quickly, mainly due to its simplicity and short lead time.

But that's not all!
Currently, work is underway to use professional VR glasses for presentation. This technology allows you to enter the interior of the project and move freely through it, which is possible thanks to an intuitive controller.
However, that's not all - you can also walk and look around in all directions using your legs and head. The introduction of this technology has become and will become a great help for designers. Instead of generating multiple render files, all you have to do is prepare one file that will be ready to run your presentation on VR (virtual reality) glasses.
In addition, they can be "walked" around the projected premises in the same way as you can freely move in a computer game. With VR glasses on, you can feel right at home and experience this innovative, imaginative solution. Imagination seems to affect other senses rather than vision.

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If this is an interior simulation, perhaps in the future it will need to be combined with smell and sound in order to accurately reproduce the conditions prevailing in an apartment, house, cottage, villa, restaurant, hotel, residence, apartments, palaces, castles or yachts in virtual mode. reality and gain virtual design through augmented reality glasses in Minsk, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kiev, Slovenia, Poland, Gdansk, Sopot, Warsaw, Paris, Nice and the French Riviera, Dubai, USA and all international design.
Over the years, the ways of presenting projects have evolved, adapted to technological capabilities and market requirements. Many years ago, designers were limited to sketchbook and pencil, today they simply have a colossal choice so that everyone can choose their own comfortable style of work. The search for solutions saturates the market with new products, alternatives appear, but time will tell which one will become the standard that will break and will the pencil still have its renaissance?
Yours sincerely, Tatiana Antonchanka
Thanks to me and the sources for the information!
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