Sphereing: VR ZHVR White Paper by Helmut Kinzler, Risa Tadauchi, Daria Zolotareva, and Aleksandra Mnich-Spraiter
Zaha Hadid Virtual Reality research group (ZHVR) is working to shape immersive virtual reality (VR) technology for architecture including real-time modelling, with application of VR as a design tool.
Project Correl opens – collaborative experiment in multi-presence virtual reality (VR) illustrating development of complex assemblies inside virtual space, a shared, digital extension to our physical reality, by Zaha Hadid Virtual Reality Group (ZHVR).
A key feature of LUX WALKER by Tenebris Lab, is that it enables multiple people to walk through and interact with each other in the same space, from anywhere in the world. Users are fully immersed in a 3D true-to-life-scale project
Real-time VR solutions are becoming increasingly popular for the presentation of complex designs and spatial data. What sets them apart from traditional forms of presentation is that they give the user virtually complete freedom to move around the design.