A flythough demonstration of a luxury apartment.
From 2D plans we can create fully interactive 3D models with a multitude of customisable options. The customisations are essentially endless and can include anything from toggling an extension on and off, cycling through various floor finishes, testing out different layout options and even changing the colour schemes of your designs.
This is an incredibly powerful tool and could potentially save you thousands when it comes to the final build.
Presenting the most advanced realtime architectural visualisation tool in the world today. 'The Dream Home' is a single, fully interactive, 3D environment designed and developed by SEEDTECH to introduce you to the next generation of visual applications for the construction industry.
Visualisation is a very effective means of giving prospective buyers the confidence to invest in a project. However, much of the industry still use 2D static images to promote building and landscape projects. 'The Dream Home' is the exploration of a living, breathing environment down to the most minute detail. It houses a number of internal modification systems that have been integrated to allow users to customise the colour schemes, the surfaces, the TV channels and even the tint of the cars in the driveway. Product information can be accessed by interacting with certain objects in the scene and notable functionality includes full access to the internet from within the application.
We are in the process of developing a system that translates BIM (Building Information Modelling) data into 3D environments that allow the user to click a button and change the transparency of solid objects, such as walls, to see pipework and wiring that are normally hidden from view.
We specialize in the development of realtime visualisation and training applications for a variety of industries worldwide. One of our primary product lines is our 'SEEDTECH Glass' range and we utilise this technology for maintenance and engineering training for military vehicles, aircraft, automotive projects and manufacturing environments. The principles can also be translated into the construction industry to serve as virtual reality tools for BIM (Building Information Modelling).
Essentially, 'SEEDTECH Glass' is a digital training system. At the flick of a switch, photorealistic exteriors turn to glass and the user is able to view interior systems in the context of the model. Examples include fuel lines, electrical circuits, braking systems or ventilation flows. 'SEEDTECH Glass' is compiled for VR Headsets, Desktop and Mobile applications.
The A380 application was built primarily for Desktop Training (DTT's) but is also fully compatible with virtual reality (VR) headsets. Users navigate the scene using the mouse to turn the camera and zoom in. The SPACEBAR toggles the visibility of the pilot to extend viewing capacity. Panels and functions are programmed to serve as hotspots that the user can use to trigger flash animations, datapoints and weblinks. One of the strongest features of creating cockpits like the A380 in VR is the ability to be able to look up and view in context, the overhead controls which often tend to be rather extensive.
The demonstration also shows screenshots of our Eurofighter Typhoon demonstration.
Promotional video showcasing our services for residential, commercial and industrial projects.