The rendering of BIM projects, in conjunction with virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies, has played a transformative role in the construction industry. Building Information Modeling (BIM) allows the creation of three-dimensional virtual models that faithfully represent the project, integrating information about geometry, materials, costs and deadlines.
With the rendering of BIM projects, it is possible to generate realistic and detailed images, providing those involved with an accurate visualization of the result even before starting construction. This allows for more efficient analysis and early detection of design or construction issues.
By combining BIM design rendering with virtual reality, construction professionals can fully immerse themselves in the virtual environment, exploring spaces as if they were physically present. This facilitates spatial understanding, verification of ergonomics and evaluation of aesthetic aspects, helping to make informed decisions.