Augmented and Virtual Reality Use in the Design Process

  • Room: 122
Wednesday, March 14, 2018: 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM

Speaker(s)

Chair
Raymond Kent Assoc AIA, LEED AP, CTS
Director of Innovative Technology Design Group
DLR Group

Description

Augmented and Virtual Reality technologies are exploding in the marketplace. This session covers the use of these technologies related to the building and performance design and collaboration process. Through a review of project examples and exploration of possibilities, the panel will define, explain, and illustrate the uses and future of VR in the design collaboration process. Discussion will cover concepts that apply to any design process. Come prepared with questions and ideas for implementation in the future.

This session qualifies for 1.25 AIA/HSW/CEU credits


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Learning Objectives

1. Define what Augmented and Virtual Reality are.
2. Determine and discuss the technical requirements for these systems.
3. Analyze the uses of this technology in the collaborative process
4. Demonstrate and breakdown examples of projects.

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