An engaging form of presentation
...You are walking through an elegant house, you are admiring french windows in a large living room, paintings on the wall and a spacious kitchen. The connection of light fixtures and a fire place is creating a soft light that is being bounced off the floor. This combination makes us feeling of being at home.
…then You take off Your glasses and continue with Your meeting.
With VR you are not only displaying what the building will really look like, but also how the investor will feel in the designed space. An absence of spatial imagination is quite common in the general public, but it is possible to replace this inability in various ways. However, perceiving space is very subjective and individual. When investors are thrown into a project that they see in a 1:1 scale, they are able to get a better sense of what they are looking for.
What You see is what You get