This is the 3rd of 4 in a series written in the words of the employees at Concept3D.

Our interactive maps and virtual tours are a collaboration of creativity and design in our 3D renderings, form, and function in the software platform, and the life and vibrancy our clients bring to their implementation of Concept3D.

Seeing is believing. Connecting beautiful accurate imagery to a location is the foundation of Concept3D. Our mission statement is “Your data and digital media put on the map. See your business come alive.’ These 3 Linkedin posts illustrate that idea.

How Concept3D is leveraging the power of Unity to build incredible augmented reality experiences

Through a partnership with a client, Concept3D collaborated to create a 3D rendered augmented reality application. Using programs including, Maya, Enscape, and SketchUp, to create the renderings that were then put into Unity to create a one of a kind experience

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Here at Concept3D, we believe the mapping industry will be heavily disrupted by mediums such as augmented and virtual reality in the future because it will play a pivotal role in how people learn and experience locations and points of interest.

Read the full article by Chandler Samuels here:

Better Visualization Leads to Better Results

Whether the project is big or small, the better it can be visualized the better the results. 

Here is an example of the small but the truth of visualization holds true. A backyard transformation shown through the lens of visualization. 

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Going from design to reality can be very hard to communicate without visual data. Visual data provides clear communication to help others immediately understand your design. If it wasn’t for the model it would have left a lot up for interpretation, as better visualization leads to better results.

Read the full article by Ali Crooks here;

The importance of a virtual replica of your city or campus

A digital twin or virtual replica is an as-true-as-possible digital version of a real-life thing or place.

Using the developments in 3D rendering, IoT, and VR/AR, many uses are evolving. In sustainability to visualize the impacts of climate change or in urban planning to see the impacts of proposed changes. The potential is yet fully known but very exciting.

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While forward thinking cities have begun to incorporate Digital Twins into planning activities, I believe that 2020 will begin to see a more rapid movement in the development of this concept for cities and campuses beginning to engage in smart projects.

Read the full article by Gregg Larson here: