RT/VR has been here for a while, we are all familiar with the different players and we all have been wowed by its advancement in the architectural visualization industry. Now that the dust has settled and the technology is out in the wild, it's our job to discover how to use it in a meaningful way that goes beyond entertainment. Is RT/VR a tool that will help designers and people in general understand spaces and interact with them in a unique way? If so, where do we go from here? We will talk about where we are today - and where we want to be in the future. Then, we will walk through exploratory samples that helped us develop some of the tools and to understand its more practical uses that could be provided as a service to our clients. Finally, we will show a few real-world samples of the work we have done to help our clients express their vision. So, Are we there yet?
- Learn about the software used to produce VR experience
- Learn how to include VR on existing pipelines
- Learn how will we use AR and VR tools in the immediate future
- Learn how will we use AR and VR tools in the far future
With Neoscape, Inc., since 2005, Carlos Cristerna leads the studio’s 3D Visualization Teams. As visualization director, Carlos oversees Neoscape’s digital artists, constantly pushing technological, creative, and artistic limits to achieve the most beautiful and powerful work possible. His decade of experience encompasses everything from architecture, design, photography, and film, and provides him with an enviable skill set that makes him an oft-sought-after industry panelist and finalist for multiple architectural illustration awards annually. Carlos was recently elected vice president of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI), and he also served as a judge for last year’s CGarchitect annual 3D Awards. Carlos received the ASAI Award of Excellence in 2009, and in 2010 his work was recognized with the ASAI Formal Award. Carlos graduated with a bachelor of architecture from the Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa, Mexico.