Casey Mahon, Designer and Director of Design Technology at Carrier Johnson + CULTURE recently contributed to the Puget Sound Business Journal regarding the future of design using virtual reality. The merging of modeling and virtual reality is now a reality for architects and designers. By wearing goggles or headsets that display a 3-D space, architects and designers are able to craft shapes and spaces using their hands. The ability to give several, real time options to clients who are looking to renovate a space is remarkable. As with anything new, this new technology brings in a set of costs – changes in design practices and investments in new gear for the office. To adapt to the changing culture of design, we must look to the future.
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