Change is good. When you are looking for ways to elevate your work and stay on top of trends, change is imperative.
While the focus at vCAD is on architecture, real estate, engineering, design – any industry that benefits from converting CAD models to VR and 3D experiences – we keep a close eye on how other areas utilize VR and 3D, and are cheering on those that use it for good.
Creating a new aesthetic for a brand is no small task. The ideation is a long process with a lot of contemplation, scrutiny, and edits. Every element of the design has meaning and a message to convey. Each detail is meditated upon, discussed, and revised.
You created an amazing CAD model, (easily) converted it to an immersive experience in virtual reality and 3D fly-through – and now it's time to share with colleagues and clients. Don't worry, vCAD has made that function simple as well.
With vCAD, you have several options to step inside and experience a CAD model. For those who need to access their designs anytime, anywhere, on the go – our mobile app is the best approach. All you need is a smart phone to start exploring.
Previously, we introduced Rachel Hunt – a student of interior architecture and industrial design, and creative director at vCAD since the launch in 2016. This summer she parlayed her experience into an internship at the prestigious SOM design firm in San Francisco.
The vCAD team never sits still. Their goal is to ensure each user has the very best experience with the tool. The latest project on their list: show all the unique ways to fly or walk through your project so you can maximize your experience and interaction. The navigation is so smooth and eye-opening for users exploring designs – on every platform.
At first glance, vCAD may seem like a powerful tool mainly for professional use. We’ve shared many examples of how it elevates designs for industry work, as well as communication with colleagues and clients. But we want to let you in on a hot tip: it’s never too early to start using vCAD. It is an amazing tool for students too.
The Tilt Brush artist community is growing, and we’ve greatly enjoyed seeing the different works by various artists. The fun really begins (for us) when we convert that art via vCAD into an immersive and interactive experience with virtual reality or 3D fly-through.
The team has been on a roll this month, working nonstop to improve the tool based on your feedback. As a result, we have another fantastic functionality update at vCAD: the app now supports even more file types – including ANY SketchUP file!