The Ultimate Guide to VR/AR Collaboration for Design Teams
Don't get left behind. As rapidly as this technology is growing, you can’t afford to not take advantage of its potential for improving design collaboration and bringing tangible ROI that other design industry leaders have already started.
It's time to gain faster approvals, align on design intent, and win over your stakeholders. This guide is meant to help designers, architects, BIM managers, and technology directors understand common roadblocks in design collaboration and how VR/AR technology is integral to adapt for the new state of our industry. Ready to take your designs further? Get the guide and let's get to work!
Five Ways to Evaluate if You Need to Evolve Your Design Collaboration
Is your design collaboration process a breeze? Chances are, it’s not.
If you don't feel confident your team is effective, staying current, or making informed decisions on their designs, we've got the guide. Dive into the five ways to evaluate if you need to evolve your design collaboration and get key takeaways for smoothing out your process and turning into one you, and your team, is excited about.
Four Ways for Design Teams to Improve Remote Collaboration
Now that work has shifted to remote for the unforeseeable future, many of us have resorted to Slack messaging and video calls to collaborate, but there’s still a level of connectivity and immersion that’s missing from when we were in the office.
Are you prepared for a future of remote design collaboration? With the right tools, architecture, design, and enterprise teams alike are taking their collaboration further. Get the guide and dive into 4 ways you can improve your collaboration workflows today.
Saving $10,000 per Project Using VR Collaboration
BSA LifeStructures looked to use VR to answer spatial questions, reduce RFIs, and catch design issues from their 3D models. See how BSA LifeStructures adopted VR collaboration to future-proof their services, design smarter, and save up to $10,000 per project.
3 Signs That Your Team Needs VR/AR Collaboration in 2021
The pandemic has shaken the industry at its absolute core, and if you aren’t honed into new, virtual, ways to collaborate you can quickly get left behind. Whether working from home or across multiple office locations, these three companies took advantage of VR/AR (or, XR) collaboration solutions via The Wild and are thriving in today’s climate.
Here are the most common indicators that companies need to evaluate their current workflow. If you self identify with any combination of these indicators. It’s time to look deeper into XR solutions.
Getting Started with VR Collaboration in 2021
Virtual reality is no longer out of reach, something we 'might' use 50 years from now. VR technology is already being used today by forward-thinking architects and designers who are saving money, winning more clients, and working smarter in their remote collaboration.
While it may seem daunting, figuring out the best VR setup for your team isn’t as difficult as you might think. This guide will help you understand exactly what you need to get set up so you can start saving time and money by collaborating in VR.
How adidas uses VR/AR to Revolutionize Retail Design
Today’s design workflow is broken. With most teams now collaborating across distance, traditional presentations often lead to poor decision-making. adidas’s retail team struggled to find a mutual understanding of complex ideas until discovering virtual and augmented reality collaboration with The Wild.
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3 Companies Thriving with Virtual Design Collaboration
VR/AR used to have a reputation as a “nice-to-have” technology, but this view has completely changed as top firms like Bora, O’Brien, and Dillon Architects see a clear return on investment for its internal and external use.
As rapidly as this technology is growing, you can’t afford to not take advantage of its potential for improving remote virtual design collaboration and bringing tangible ROI that other design industry leaders have already started.