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Virtual Reality technology has made incredible advancements over the years. Since our last blog about VR in 2018, it has significantly increased in value within the building industry. Amidst COVID-19 regulations, VR is an exceptional tool for selling homes, allowing potential buyers to tour a home without physically stepping foot into a model.


Virtual Reality: The Future in the Present

I just graduated college last year. While I did my thesis on psychology and urbanism, another student took on a more robust and relevant topic: virtual reality. His thesis led me to question not just our advisor’s dogma that function follows form, but also the idea of virtual reality (what came first – the VR headset or what’s inside the VR headset?).

VR Description


Virtual reality (VR) is an evolving technology that completely immerses a user into a virtual three-dimensional environment. This computer-generated simulation allows the user to interact and explore the virtual world in a seemingly real way. VR can also be experienced through computers or even smartphones. As part of WHA’s in-house rendering studio, VR services are available to our clients. From conceptual design to completion, clients can benefit from our VR services to better implement their design goals and virtually sell to consumers.

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Virtual Frame-Walks and Spatial Visualizations

This allows users to analyze the project before construction even begins, solving possible issues and saving money in construction.

Experience Virtual Reality On Your Phone

Scan this barcode with your phone and experience VR.


iPhone users: open the camera, point the camera at this QR code, tap the notification to go to VR.

Samsung users: open the camera, click on Bixby Vision, point the camera at this QR Code.


* This requires the latest operating systems. For older versions, simply download any QR Reader App and scan it from the app. 


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