Virtual worlds and the built environment (PDF) is a white paper just published by Birmingham, UK-based Daden Ltd, about whom I’ve written before (post). Having explored Second Life very superficially a couple of years ago when Be2camp was in its infancy, I have watched with interest as Dave Burden and Soulla Stylianou have developed strong …
Mar 08 2011
- Filed under AEC, BIM, Collaboration, Functionality, Future, Marketing, People issues, Sustainability, Vendors, Web 2.0
8 March 2011
- 3D, AEC, architecture, bandwidth, Be2camp, Be2camp Brum, BIM, Birmingham, building information modelling, building navigation, building services, built environment, collaboration, Construction, consultation, Daden, Dave Burden, design, Engineering, environmental and performance data, facilities management, fly-throughs, human-controlled avatars, Library of Birmingham, maintenance, PIVOTE, planning, real time, Second Life, security, signage, simulation, Soulla Stylianou, structural engineering, training, U, user feedback, virtual meetings, Virtual worlds, walk-throughs, what-ifs, wheelchair use, white paper
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