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PLP Architects use Spheron for accurate glass visualization studies

By [email protected] - 23rd March 2016 - 12:30

Spheron-VR AG are pleased to reveal how the architecture firm PLP Architecture have been using Spheron HDR camera equipment to capture real-world luminosity for use in accurate glass 3d visualization studies. PLP Architecture, based in London, is currently testing the next generation of computer visualization technologies to make visualizations of future glass buildings more accurate. As modern windows and glass facades become more and more complex, the ability of architects to visualize buildings accurately becomes more and more compromised. Using the unique Spheron-VR Camera, an image of the building’s proposed site can be taken in full 360 degrees. A new accuracy in approximating both the performance and appearance of glass facades, and the lighting conditions in a specific location, means that PLP can deliver the next generation of glass buildings with the most accurate visualizations possible.