Primjena virtualne stvarnosti u arhitekturi

Lara Horvat1, Alan Divjak1, Marko Maričević1, Josip Jerić1

lara.horvat@grf.hr, alan.divjak@grf.hr, marko.maricevic@grf.hr, josip.jeric@grf.hr
1Sveučilište u Zagrebu Grafički fakultet, Getaldićeva 2, Zagreb, Hrvatska

Sažetak

3D vizualizacija je skup alata koji omogućuju da se 3D model doživi na sasvim novi način. 3D model u ovom slučaju je stambeni objekt. Standardni projekti (planovi) sadržavaju 2D nacrt koji ne mogu realno prikazati izgled objekta. Podizanjem 2D nactra u 3D prikaz, dodavanjem tekstura, materijala, svjetla, prikaz objekta postaje sve relističniji. Kada se tom realistično prikazanom objektu pridoda i okolni prostor te omogućimo kretanje u njemu se dobiva prikaz na skroz novi način. Upravo to omogućuje virtualna stvarnost (VR), prikaz objekta prije njegove realizacije, kretanje kroz njega, prepravke, interaktivni dizajn i fotorealistični 3D prikaz. Prezentacija vizualizacijom u stvarnom vremenu dovodi projekt na višu razinu kvalitete te otkriva nove mogućnosti korisničkog iskustva.
Ključne riječi: virtualna stvarnost, arhitektura, prezentacija, projekt

Application of virtual reality in architecture

Abstract

3D visualization is a collection of tools that allow experience of a 3D model in a completely new way. 3D model in this case is a residential facility. Standard projects contain 2D drawings that cannot realistically display layout of the facility. Raising 2D's design in 3D, adding textures, materials, lights, display of an object is becoming more realistic. When this realistically displayed object is given a surrounding area and user an ability to move that enables a display in a new way. All of that is allowed by virtual reality (VR)- presenting the object before its implementation, moving through it, modifications, interactive design and photo-realistic 3D display. Presentation by visualization in real time takes project to a higher quality and reveals new possibilities of user experience.
Keywords: virtual reality, architecture, presentation, project


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