Augmented Reality Will Help Build Buildings and Gardens

Augmented reality will continue to grow as time goes on. There is no doubt about that. The technology has potential. Whether that is potential for office work with potential for the ability to create new engineering projects.

Augmented reality can show a building right in front of you that is not built. You would put the sunglasses on. When you put the sunglasses on you would see the building. This is the idea behind augmented reality. From an engineering standpoint, augmented reality can do a lot of different things. It would allow architects to visualize a building and person much like a hologram in Star Wars. Yet it would be the size of the actual building. There are some advantages of being able to do this because you can tell what it’s going to look like. You can get a feeling of what the building is going to be like.

There’s a huge advantage and being able to do this. A lot of times you’ll just have a 3d model on a computer. Augmented Reality allows that model to come into the real world. You can decide if it looks okay. Or if you just want to start over, then you could come back the next day and see what that building looks like. This is the advantage the ability to start over and redo the whole project.

Especially from a design standpoint. Or let’s say you’re editing something and the project. Well, you’re not sure how it’s going to fit with the scenery. You’re not sure how the garden is going to look? Well. You could put the garden in augmented reality and that’s going to be a huge advantage. That’s an advantage not a lot of people get it’s an advantage. That will transform landscaping and other things and that will change everything. Leading to massive changes when it comes to architecture and what’s going on in the world. It will not just be the building.

That will be the change when augmented reality gets here. It will also be landscaping as you’re able to move objects around and see them in real-time. You can move a certain tree or statue into a certain location and see how it would work. A building can go far with this technology. It’ll be interesting to see how this develops in the future.

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