Keeping pace with innovation, AMC Bridge enhanced VR-Architecture to ensure maximum design productivity and data visualization in virtual reality (VR).
If you haven’t heard of AMC Bridge, don’t worry—you will.
If you work for one of the major CAD companies or an innovative CAD startup like Onshape, your company may already have been a client of AMC Bridge.
One of our primary goals at IrisVR is to supply the construction industry with powerful and easy to use virtual reality tools.
That’s why we’re so excited to announce that we won Technological Innovation of the Year at the 2019 New York City Construction Awards on March 12th.
Research of new technologies and their application in the field of engineering software is a key part of the AMC Bridge business model. That is why we are pleased to announce the new enhanced version of the AMC Bridge technology demonstration application, VR-Architecture™ for Android.
Investigation and prototyping of the potential usage of Mobile devices and Virtual reality in AEC applications is an important part of AMC Bridge research program. The latest example of it is the new features implemented in VR-Architecture for Android.
AMC Bridge has introduced VR-Architecture™, a technology demonstration Android™ application that enables the user to transform a hand-drawn floor plan into a 3D model which can be further opened and modified in Autodesk® AutoCAD® or another 3D editor.
AMC Bridge has released the updated version of Viewer-VR™, an application for viewing 3D models on Android™ mobile devices that enables exploration of CAD models in 3D Virtual Reality (VR) with Google Cardboard™ or alternative VR glasses.