VR and 3D Changing the Face of Architecture: AEC Next Technology Expo 2018

The AEC Next Technology Expo + Conference is coming to Anaheim, California, June 5-7, and you won’t want to miss it. The construction industry is in constant flux. To show building professionals the newest technology on the horizon, this conference is three days of the most relevant content in the field. With topics like Building Documentation for the AEC Community, Virtual Reality in AEC, and The Risky Business of Integrative Predesign, the conference is sure to touch on tools, tech, and ideas suited to your company’s needs, and that’s just day one!

AEC Next offers many opportunities to network with others in the construction industry and build career-strengthening partnerships, as well as experiential sessions full of interaction with new products. In addition, you will have access to more than 100 sessions led by esteemed speakers in AEC. Among those is Sanjay Mistry, who will present his “Virtual Reality Revolution for the AEC Industry.”

Mistry is the Vice President of AEC VR and Unity development for VIMaec. VIMaec is an industry pioneer, having recently created VR and AR tools for the Enterprise Design Market. Sanjay has over twenty years’ experience in technology, development, and business. He formerly served as Global Director for AEC and Manufacturing Industries at Unity Technology, and has also held positions at AutoDesk and Wavefront. In addition, he has worked with major brands like Disney, Warner Brothers, and Sony.

On Tuesday, June 5, Mistry will speak about the use of VR tools and 3D animation in architecture Engineering and construction, and how to create Interactive VR + AR Environments. You will get to hear about the exciting ways that VR is bringing the centuries old field of architecture to new innovative heights. From the first break of ground to the final finishing touches, virtual reality allows us to walk around in an impending structure and view every detail from ceiling to floor, wall to wall, and all the spaces in between.

This innovation puts professionals on the fast track to engaging with industry trends, but also greatly improves efficiency in practical matters such as reviews and approvals through the build cycle. Furthermore, redesigns are faster than ever with this new VR + AR technology.

VIMaec will be showcasing its VIM (Virtual Information Model), a program unlike anything else available in the field. VIM transforms BIM into interactive 3D VR/AR for AEC. VIMaec is also the authorized reseller of Unity technology.  We hope you’ll come listen to Sanjay Mistry on June 5 from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM.

If you’d like to learn more about VIMaec and its innovative technologies, visit us online today!

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