For the past 20 years, Soluis has been refining a unique, coordinated approach to visualisation that aims to provide clarity to project stakeholders involved in all aspects of new property & infrastructure development.
By combining an established creative base with the latest in digital reality technologies, we can cover the complete range of visual engagement requirements that ensure every contact with the project can be instantly meaningful and drive faster decision making. Alongside the production of high-quality digital media to support more traditional forms of presentation, this same content can be used to facilitate a vast array of interactive engagement types including fully immersive, experiential presentations.
With an ability to elevate visualisation to an experience that delivers unfiltered virtual representations of proposed designs – misinterpretation is reduced, understanding is instantaneous and consensus can be achieved in a fraction of the time.
The latest games engine technologies offer the most flexible and scalable means of delivering believable visual output across a range of mediums. By producing visual media using detailed virtual environments, there is a more efficient production process for generating computer-generated imagery and other forms of digital media.
Furthermore, by harnessing the native capabilities of these engines, the functional interaction can be enhanced to provide more detailed user experiences that can assist marketing, visitor orientation, user training and simulation of specific work processes.
Immersive Design Configuration
Real-time environments can also open up a more inclusive form of iterative design exploration, where configurations of different options can be evaluated by designers first-hand and selectively offered to clients as the ultimate level of service; bringing everyone into each proposed future with maximum confidence.
Imagine a world where doubts can be addressed, feedback instantly acknowledged and the selection of different furniture, fixtures, lighting and materials is all conducted in an open, collaborative way where everyone is in the same place. Agreeing key decisions in this manner accelerate project timelines and protects profit margins; all whilst maximising the likelihood of a unified end vision across all key stakeholder groups.
Whilst VR headsets have their place for solo experiences, there is often the need for more dynamic and shared experiences of spaces. using AR applications also gives designers the opportunity to present spaces without the need for lots of equipment. Bringing a project to life with “Magic Door” immersive walk-throughs, or overlaying content on table-top interactive floor- plans, these presentation assets provide the perfect platform for visual engagement whilst on the move and in groups.
Shared immersion allows a group of people to simultaneously experience a virtual environment. Traditional VR is a solitary experience requiring a headset that isolates us from our environment, often making us feel self-conscious and vulnerable. By using a Reality Portal there is no barrier between the person and the experience, or with other people. By using a screen specifically formed to map the human eye, and effectively serves as a large VR lens. The installation offers a uniquely central position that aligns the viewer’s perspective with the immersive media being displayed to offer the most compelling and believable simulated reality.
The Reality Portal offers the ultimate collaborative review and presentation experience. Whether the aim is to present detailed environments, interactive media or project models, an experiential approach to visual engagement will elevate interaction and deliver new levels of efficiency. This is key during the design process to accelerate audiences’ understanding and improve decision making, with unparalleled levels of clarity.
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