*아이패드를 이용한 모델 증강현실 Inition develops "augmented 3D printing" for architects

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건축가를 위한 증강현실을 제안합니다.

실제 모델과 연동되는 각종 시뮬레이션 증강현실은 가시적이며

구체적인 비쥬얼을 제시합니다. 풍동실험, 프로그램 구성 및 조닝, 유틸리티

시스템, 스트럭쳐 시스템 등 일반적인 모형에서는 표현하기 힘든 비쥬얼 효과를

능동적으로 표현함으로써 프로젝트를 진행하는 실무진 사이에

최적의 소통장치로 제안됩니다.

무엇보다 이 3D프린팅은 건축주에게 효과적으로 프로젝트를

어필 할 수 있는 최적의 수단이 되지 않을까 싶습니다.

 

reviewed by SJ

 

3D technology company Inition has developed an augmented-reality iPad app that allows architects to look inside static architectural models, visualise how their building will look at night and track how wind flows around their design proposals

The London-based company used a 3D-printed scale model of The Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum in Michigan designed by Zaha Hadid Architects to showcase the technology, which can also be used to reveal a building's structure and services.






Inition develops "augmented 3D printing" for architects


Inition director Andy Millns described the technology as "augmented 3D-printing".


"3D-printed models have benefits and augmented reality has other benefits, so we thought we'd bring the two together to get the best of both," Millns told Dezeen. "We approached one of our existing clients, Zaha Hadid, and came up with the idea of augmenting one of their buildings."


By pointing an iPad at the 3D model, architects can call up a variety of information overlays that combine with the physical model.


The physical model sits on a patterned mat that acts as a marker, allowing the iPad to keep track of the model as the user moves around.


Millns said the technology could be particularly useful to architects when reviewing their designs or presenting to clients: "It's much easier than showing traditional architectural plans," he said.


The iPad screen can display the building in its environment with trees, passing cars and moving pedestrians and the user can switch between day and night views. Audio replicates the sound of traffic and birds during the day, with chirping crickets taking over at night.


Other views can show the building's location on a Google map or reveal windflow data, internal floorplans, wireframe views and information about the programme.


“Augmented reality in the broadest sense has already had a great impact in the built environment with regards to generating easy to understand overlays of digital information and graphics," said Shaun Farrell, head of building information modelling at Zaha Hadid Architects. "This transfers well to the smaller scale of 3D printing, allowing for direct visual context as an overlay on to a real-world replica of the project and intuitive, useable and accessible navigation."


Millns said the collaboration with Hadid was intended as a proof of concept to find out what kinds of augmented-reality data would be useful to architects.


The technology could be used to simulate events such as fire evacuations, displaying the way people would leave a building or move through a park or urban district, he added.


from  dezeen


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