CO Architects continues to investigate technologies that support collaborative and informed decision making through the client’s view. Learn how CO pushes boundaries by mixing the physical and virtual. In this evolved iteration, mixed reality operating rooms showcase user interaction with physical scale models tracked by cameras using Computer Vision.
For several years now, CO has focused on facilitating more informed decision making with our clients through custom virtual reality (VR) experiences. As with every new technology, there were challenges to solve along the way. Learn how CO’s digital design and technology team created customized solutions for interactive virtual environments.
As architects, we strive to provide our clients with a clear and visually engaging way to understand the design of the both the exterior and interior of projects. Utilizing computer vision technology, we envisioned the story behind the architectural design interactively.
Last March, Digital Experience Designer Nazli Tatar participated in the Creating Reality Hackathon at USC. Throughout four days of workshops and production, 400 participants had the opportunity to work with people in different disciplines from all over the world and learn from industry experts. 37 teams competed in various categories, with just 48 hours to create an app and submit the codes.
Basics, an innovative solar analysis program developed by CO for Microsoft Hololens, uses both digital and physical data to generate mixed reality solar projections in the architectural design process.