Bridging the gap between Real world and Virtual world
Latest technologies are revolutionising the way we plan, design, manage and build in the construction industry. Technologies such as virtual and augmented reality are increasingly intersecting with our physical world and are becoming the mainstream across many areas of our everyday life. Surely these technologies provide us with the possibility to digitise real world objects the way we see them, as we live in a 3D space and every object around us has a third dimension to it. What does this mean for the construction sector? Continue reading Bridging the gap between “Real World” and “Virtual World”→
The adoption of laser scanning technology for survey measurement has brought about the ability to capture huge amounts of field data more quickly and accurately. One of the great advantages of point clouds is that they are three-dimensional allowing the data to be visualised interactively using 3D fly-throughs or panoramic views. Continue reading Knowing me, knowing you…. Aha→
We don’t usually ‘Blow our own Trumpet’ we let our work do the talking for us. However, I would to acknowledge my team and the staff of Pershore Abbey for helping to put on an amazing celebration at the Abbey. We did a good job!!. Continue reading Blowing Our Own Trumpet→
Sir Sidney Nolan was born in Australia on 22nd April 1917 and he became one of the leading artists of the 20th century.
The Sidney Nolan Trust was established at The Rodd, near Presteigne, in 1985. Sidney Nolan had wanted to to create a place in a country setting for his own paintings and also for music. Continue reading The Rodd→