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Google’s Project Tango: A Game Changer For The Building Industry

The building industry should take note. Google has recently begun making its long anticipated self-3D mapping software Project Tango, available to developers interested in using the platform as a foundation for software and apps for ...

Skanska’s Albert Zulps tests a DAQRI at AU 2015.

Building the Future at Autodesk University: 4 Technology Takeaways

Skanska has been attending AU for more than ten years and each year we continue to see proof of how technology’s exponential growth is dramatically changing the way we collaborate, design, make and build. This ...

Augmented Reality on the boardroom table from BIM

Using Augmented Reality (AR) to Showcase a BIM Design

AR - It’s a fun and funky use of mobile or tablet tech, but is there a business need or benefit from Augmented Reality ?

Automating Construction Progress Monitoring and Communication

In this post I will explore the potentials of augmented reality (AR) on mobile devices to enable the use of 4D simulation in order to support the automation of construction management.

Technology Set to Change Construction

With technology advancing faster than ever before, it’s no wonder the construction industry is starting to see rapid changes every year.

Augmented Reality Empowered BIM Set to Change Construction Industry

BIM – i.e. building information modeling is one of the latest buzzword that has taken the construction by a storm.

Top 7 BIM Trends That Are Game Changers For The Public Sector

As BIM practices and technologies continue to evolve, what does the future hold?

Digital rendering (Image courtesy of Parsons Brinckerhoff)

Introduction to Reality Computing

For anyone engaged in the design, delivery, or management of physical things, Reality Computing is a vision for how technologies are breaking down the barriers between the physical and digital worlds.

What is Augmented Reality?

Everyone knows virtual reality, but have you considered how augmented reality in architecture and construction could help your firm?