Walking through the foyer entrance of your finished home, you notice a tight space leading to the curved staircase. You consider knocking the wall down, or perhaps revamping the entire staircase so that it’s less of a focal point. Simple fix? It is now. With virtual reality technology, it’s never been easier to change course. Once the VR headsets are removed, you’re back on the vacant lot, discussing structural changes with your contractor.
The traditional walk-through has evolved. A drone is used to capture the job site specifics. The virtual model is then scanned and uploaded into the headsets. In the virtual space, the contractor and the client can move objects around, discuss logistics, and make critical decisions that could save a tremendous amount of time and resources.
At WA Bentz, VR technology is one of the many ways we’re looking to the future. Our clients can now visualize and interact with the final product—long before construction begins.