VR-Architecture is a technology demonstration of a hand-drawn floor plan transformation into a 3D model on Android™ device. It demonstrates an implementation of the algorithm that accepts an image file of a hand-drawn sketch, taken with an Android device camera, and converts it into a 3D model using Teigha® Kernel technology.

The resulting 3D model can be further opened and modified using an off-the-shelf CAD application, like Autodesk® AutoCAD®, as well as viewed it using VR devices, like Google Cardboard or similarly capable VR Gasses.

VR-Architecture demonstrates the following capabilities:

  • Selecting a ready floor plan from Dropbox, Google Drive or SD card
  • Uploading a picture of a floor plan sketch that is drawn on the mobile device without any special tools
  • Recognizing doors, windows and walls
  • Recognizing furniture
  • Building a corresponding 3D model in DWG format
  • Adjusting parameters for the real mode
  • Viewing the model using Google Cardboard™ or similarly capable VR glasses.

It supports the following image formats: .bmp, .jpeg, .jpg, .jpe, .png, .pbm, .pgm, .ppm, .sr, .ras .
User-friendly and intuitive UI doesn’t require any special knowledge or experience with CAD or AEC software.

View a video demonstration of the software below.

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Release date
17 January 2019
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